Users of the City of Wheaton’s website can see when press releases and other news items are added to the website by subscribing to the Wheaton RSS Feed.
What is an RSS feed?
RSS, which stands for “Really Simple Syndication,” is a way for users to see in a simple summary format the newest items added to a website. Software called an RSS reader compiles this information automatically for users. Many internet applications (such as Internet Explorer 7, Firefox and Safari), email applications and customized home pages offer RSS readers.
To subscribe to a Wheaton RSS Feed, click on the orange RSS icon. Internet browsers such as Internet Explorer 7 will give you the option to “subscribe to this feed.” For browsers such as Firefox, you will be prompted to select the application you prefer to receive the RSS feed. Please note that most RSS applications and some browsers (including Internet Explorer 6 and earlier versions) require you to copy and paste the link to the RSS.
If your computer does not already have an RSS application, many are available for downloading on the internet.
City RSS Feeds
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