XML    What is RSS ?

Rich Site Summary (or Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based format for content distribution. Below, Ayurveda-foryou.com is offering an RSS and JavaScript feed with headlines, descriptions and links back to this GuideSite for the full story. This allows you to easily feature or check out the latest NEWS about - AYURVEDA.

What are the advantages of RSS?

Here's a big one: As a subscribers you don't have to give up your email addresses, which is great for those with privacy concerns. RSS puts control of subscriptions directly in the hands of users. If you wish to unsubscribe , just delete the feed from the reader. It also reduces the risk of Sp@m accusations.


There are two main ways to take advantage of these feeds.

First, you can use them to feature the latest headlines about Ayurveda on your Web site. All you have to do is paste a short snippet of JavaScript into the code of your page. Here's how:

Java Script:

Cut and paste the following lines of Java Script into your html page.

<script language="JavaScript" src="https://ayurveda-foryou.com/cgi-bin/MasterPageSyndicatorLite.cgi" >
</script >

That takes care of easily displaying these feeds on your Web site.

You can add 'Ayurveda News ' to your 'MY YAHOO' page also
Add to My Yahoo!

Second use of RSS is for news aggregation.

Using one of the many popular news aggregators (see below for links), you can have the latest headlines from this site (or any other site with an RSS feed) delivered directly to your desktop. This makes checking out your favorite sites quick and easy. You will require a RSS reader for this.

Popular RSS readers (news aggregators). Most are software applications that must be installed onto your computer. Download one and give it a try!

If these options aren't enough, you'll want to check out the full list of readers over at"http://www.lights.com/weblogs/rss.html"
If you'd like to have feeds sent directly to your inbox instead of downloading a reader, check out "BlogStreet.com"

If you decide to syndicate with this site, we'd appreciate attribution to ayurveda-foryou.com, as ("from Ayurveda-foryou.com") . These feeds are free to use, but we ask that you do not publish the full text of our articles.