In this article, we will go over how to source an RSS feed for a page and how they should look.

What does an RSS feed look like?

RSS feed URLs will usually contain an identifier of 'rss' or 'feed' of some sort in the URL itself.

Examples:

So if you are looking at a URL and it does not have one of these words in it - it's probably not an RSS feed. BUT that's OK! You can still find it for this URL.

How to find the RSS feed

On a website page, you can find the feed by right-clicking the page and selecting 'View Page Source':

This will open up to a page of code:

To find the RSS feed, Ctrl+F (Windows, Linux) or command+F (Mac) and type in feed or RSS:

This URL that you find will be the feed. Please create your RSS feed in your inbox with this URL.

Should you not be able to find this, please speak with the developers of the website, if it is a company page. They will be able to help you source this information.

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