Learn more about what RSS is and consider to subscribe to the following RSS feeds for the latest information available from the SFC.
What is an RSS feed?
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) provides notifications of content changes on websites. By subscribing to an RSS feed, you can keep track of updates from multiple websites without having to navigate from one site to another.
SFC provides a list of RSS feeds which allow you to stay informed about specific areas of interest.
The most common ways to view RSS feeds are:
- An Internet browser equipped with an RSS subscription function. In most browsers, the headlines from RSS feeds are shown in the form of browser bookmarks;
- A dedicated RSS reader, which provides more advanced functions;
- Integrating RSS feeds into your website or blog.
You can subscribe to an RSS feed in two simple steps:
- Choose an RSS reader to view a feed; and
- Indicate the RSS feed to which you would like to subscribe
Using a browser equipped with an RSS reader
Some browsers allow subscriptions to RSS feeds. When you visit a webpage that provides a feed, the browser will display an RSS button at the end of the address bar or in the tool bar. Just click on the RSS icon to subscribe, the latest information can then be viewed via the browser's bookmarks or a shortcut in the tool bar.
Using a dedicated RSS reader
Free RSS readers are available online. When you have subscribed to or installed a dedicated RSS reader, you can add an RSS feed by pasting a website address to the subscription box of your reader.
Subscribe to the following RSS feeds to keep up with the latest information from the SFC.
Last update: 12 Apr 2017