Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a way for the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® to make news, blogs, audio, video, and other content available to subscribers at no charge. RSS provides a convenient way to receive news updates and articles from the car.org Web site automatically.
An RSS "document" (which is called a feed, Web feed or channel) includes at least a headline and a summary. RSS feeds can be read using software called an "RSS reader" or "aggregator", which can either be Web based or desktop based. The RSS reader checks the your subscribed feeds regularly for new posts, downloads any new updates, and provides an interface to read the feed.
To add your favorite car.org RSS feed as a free subscription to your rss browser, email client, or RSS reader follow one of these steps below:
View the car.org RSS feed
Internet Explorer 7+:
Using your Internet Explorer browser, access our RSS feed by clicking on the
logo located at the bottom of your favorite car.org page. Next, click the "Subscribe to this feed" link and choose a name and preferred location in your Internet Explorer's "Favorites Center".
Using your Firefox browser, access our RSS feed by clicking on the
logo located at the bottom of your favorite car.org page.
Using your Safari browser, access our RSS feed by clicking on the
logo located at the bottom of your favorite car.org page. Now click the plus [+] button to the right of the address bar and choose a name and location for your RSS bookmark.
By default Outlook 2007, 2010, and Internet Explorer 7 share subscription information for RSS feeds, which allows you to view your subscriptions in either program. If you do not want to use Internet Explorer to subscribe to our RSS feed, browse to your favorite car.org page and right-click on the
logo. From the right-click menu choose "Copy Shortcut". In the Navigation Pane of Outlook 2007, right-click the RSS Feeds folder and click "Add a New RSS Feed". Press CTRL+V to past the RSS feed URL into the "New RSS Feed" dialog box, and then click Add.
Republish the car.org RSS feed
To include our RSS feed on your own blog or website, you will need to convert our RSS XML feed to HTML. There are a number of services that can assist you in the process, such as Feedburner or Informer Technologies.
Select the car.org RSS feed you wish to republish and copy its URL. Once you have registered with one of the two services above or another of your choice, the sites will generate a code snippet you can simply copy and place onto your own website.
This code will then automatically display the latest stories from car.org on your own website. No further action required.