Rich Site Summary


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Related to Rich Site Summary: RSS, Really Simple Syndication

Rich Site Summary

(networking)
(RSS) A family of document types (generally based on RDF) for listing updates to a site. RSS documents (generally called "RSS feeds") are readable with RSS readers (generally called "aggregators") like BottomFeeder, although, in 2003, it is anticipated that aggregator functions will be incorporated into web browsers and/or NNTP newsreaders.

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The whole point of Rich Site Summary is that it contains a summary of the original web page.
The abbreviation is variously used to refer to the following standards: Really Simple Syndication, Rich Site Summary, RDF Site Summary, or Real-time Simple Syndication.
This subscription is enabled by an open source standard called RSS (which stands for Really Simple Syndication, Rich Site Summary or RTF Site Summary, depending on who you ask), one of the most important new enabling technologies driving all this change.
The abbreviation refers to a few standards, mainly Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication.
But like its own definition (does it mean Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication?
RSS stands for rich site summary and is a format for syndicating news and other information.
Depending on whom you ask or what you read, RSS stands for either Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication.