What is an RSS feed?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and is a way for new and updated content to be delivered to someone via subscriptions. Almost all subscriptions are free, and unlike e-mail, where unwanted spam is delivered, the subscriber has complete control over what content is received and when that content is delivered. To properly receive and view the content, you must have an application/reader or use an online service that provides access to RSS feeds. Many customizable home pages like those from Google and Yahoo! allow for RSS subscriptions. Another great use is that someone can place this content on their own hosted website. Software and methods for doing this are readily available, and we encourage you to use our content delivered via RSS feed in this manner.
Add “Latest News” RSS feed:
To add the Keep Arkansas Beautiful “Latest News” RSS feed please select a link below.
Manually add “Latest News” RSS feed:
Copy and paste this following address into your RSS reader: http://www.keeparkansasbeautiful.com/index.php/rss/news?format=feed&type=rss
Add the “In The Spotlight” RSS feed:
To add the “In The Spotlight” feed to your home page, please select a link below:
Manually add the “In The Spotlight” RSS feed:
Copy and paste this following address into your RSS reader: http://www.facebook.com/feeds/page.php?id=216333205579&format=rss20