As well as reading AerialF1 live in your browser, with the website loaded with all the bells and whistles, you can also subscribe to the article RSS feed and receive updates in your chosen reader.
How Do I Subscribe?
Firstly, you need to choose a reader. Some are downloaded to your desktop and update when you connect to the Internet, others are hosted online and are therefore accessible on just about any computer that is connected to the ‘net. Every feed reader is slightly different in how they work and feel, so it is best to try a few and see which one you prefer. I use Google Reader as I find it relatively simple and straight-forward to use.
So once you have a feed reader, you will need AerialF1’s RSS feed address. In most modern browsers, this can be accessed from any page on BlogF1 via the orange icon in the address bar. If you click it you will be taken to a separate page with a list of AerialF1’s post titles. The feed address should now be showing in the address bar of your browser. Simply copy the whole address into your chosen feed reader, hit the subscribe button and put your feet up. It really is as simple as that.
Wanna Go Further?
If you want to know when people have left comments on AerialF1, navigate to any one of the articles on the site and click the ‘Comments Feed‘ link and then copy that address into your RSS reader. You will now be able to tell if someone has left a comment on the blog.
How Does RSS Work?
Ummm… Wikipedia explains much better than me, so I suggest reading their explanation.
And that’s really about it. If you run into problems you can always shoot me over an email via the Contact Form and I’ll try to offer a helping hand as best I can.