RSS (an acronym for "Rich Site Summary" and later coined "Really Simple Syndication") is a way for websites to summarize their content, such as news articles. It provides an efficient and convenient way to be notified of the latest news and updates from a site.
Choose the language you want
By default, the RSS feed from bilaterals.org will only show articles from the current language you are in. To retrieve articles in other languages, use the language drop-down menu on the top-right area of the page. Multilingual feeds are currently not available.
Subscribe to the whole site
You can customize the RSS feeds from bilaterals.org by clicking on the RSS button in your browser. In Internet Explorer 7 and above, this can be found on the toolbar near the ’house’ icon. In Firefox browsers, it can be found on the right side of the address bar.
You will then be redirected to the RSS page. In Internet Explorer, click on the ’add to favorites’ button to subscribe to the RSS feed.
In Firefox, just click on the subscribe button on the same page. You could also select the applications to be used on the drop-down menu.
Subscribe to specific sections
Click on a specific section name in the site and you will be redirected to the section page. On the right side of the section title, click on the the RSS icon and follow the steps above.
Subscribe to specific keywords
Articles are additionally classified using keywords. To retrieve an RSS feed for a particular keyword, click on the ’quick search’ button and select a keyword.
Next, click on the RSS icon on the right side of the keyword title and subscribe to the RSS feed.
Last updated: 15 October 2009