Home  |  Board of Governors  |  Disclaimer  |  Español

What is RSS?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is mainly used to access automatically news and press releases.

A site with RSS allows the access to its opportune information without having to enter to the page or browse it manually.

RSS feeds contain a title and a summary about the published information. Acceding to an RSS let you know immediately if the site has been updated. If you want to get more information about the news, RSS also contains a link to it.

How do I use RSS?

You will need to install a reader, or aggregator, to view the RSS channel. Searching for "RSS reader" in your favorite search engine should provide many options. Most readers require the web address, or URL, for the feed in order to display the RSS. Selecting the orange RSS button on the site will display the content in a formatted manner, but you will still need to copy the URL from your browser and supply it to the reader, so it will know where to find the information.