When you might be on an internet site, and need to see if it gives an RSS feed that you could be need to subscribe to, what do you do? Usually the finest means is to look for the RSS icon on the page. IF there may be none, you can test the supply or attempt frequent feed URLs direclty, e.g. by appending /feed/ to to the area.
Want my RSS is a Firefox extension that goals to simplify this activity.
Install the add-on and go to any internet page. You’ll discover an RSS icon (subsequent to the bookmark icon) in the tackle bar. Click on the icon and a small pop-up seems, that lists the out there RSS feeds.
Mouse over the RSS feed that you simply need to entry. Left-click on it and Want My RSS will open load the page in its feed previewer. Another means to do that is to click on the RSS Feed URL on the web site, or just open the feed’s hyperlink, it will likely be loaded in the extension’s previewer.
Use it to learn the latest articles on the web site. This contains the pictures that had been included in the posts, however movies aren’t displayed in the previewer. Click on an article’s title/URL to load it usually.
By default, the add-on makes use of “Relative time” (like an hour in the past) to point when an article was printed in the feed that you simply’re viewing. Uncheck the field subsequent to “Relative time” to view the precise time stamp when the submit was printed to the feed.
Use the kind field close to the prime nook in the feed previewer to kind the articles by Newest or Oldest. See that icon to the proper of the articles? Click on it to change to the day or night time theme, which adjustments the background coloration of the Want My RSS previewer page. Do observe that this is not a full-fledged RSS reader extension by any means (for starters it lacks notifications). You might need to attempt one thing like Smart RSS or Feedbro for a correct feed reader.
Or, click on on the icon subsequent to the Subscribe button to decide on from an inventory of feed readers: Feedly, The Old Reader, InoReader, News Blur, Netvibes, BazQux, Feedbin, G2Reader, CommaFeed, Nooshub.
If you do not use any of these, scroll to the prime of the preview page. The add-on shows the title and the hyperlink of the RSS feed in the prime left nook. Mouse over close to the URL to view the URL and copy it. Now, you should utilize it to subscribe to the feed in any feed reader of your alternative.
The add-on would not work completely with all websites. E.g. For some motive, it would not choose up gHacks’ feed, i.e. the Want My RSS button would not seem in the tackle bar. Another factor that I noticed was the “Subscribe to page” possibility that seems when clicking on the three-dot icon in the address-bar. The possibility was grayed out.
However, clicking on the weblog’s feed button loaded it in the previewer.
I additionally seen a difficulty with some web sites the place the extension wouldn’t load the preview (for e.g. the European PlayStation weblog).
Open the add-on’s page to outline the guidelines for customized feeds. If you do not need the extension to load the preview of feeds, disable the “Intercept requests” possibility. Toggle the “open popup feeds in a brand new tab” choice to drive Want My RSS to load a feed in a brand new tab. It’s helpful when you do not need to navigate away from the supply web site.
Want My RSS is an open source extension.