| ||Submit a Resource RSS File|| |
You are about to submit your Resource RSS file to our Content Support Team
for free monthly monitoring. Please be aware that we will not automatically add
everything that you put in your RSS file to our directory. Each month we will review
the new resources you have added to your RSS file. If they meet our standards for
listing on our site, we will add them. The two most important standards we look
for are that the resources be quality resources and that they be 100% relavent to
the topic of our site.
IMPORTANT: RSS files are commonly used for news syndication; however, please
do not post your RSS news file here. Create and maintain a separate Resource RSS
file that is only used to maintain a list of static resources found on your website...
things like products (free or commercial), articles, tutorials, and references.
This is the Resource RSS file we are looking for. Any RSS files that does not meet
this standard will be dropped.
| ||Frequently Asked Questions|| |
What is an RSS file? RSS stands for "Really
Simple Syndication." RSS is used for a variety of purposes on the Internet, the
most popular of which is distributing news. We use the RSS standard to allow website
owners to distribute links for their website resources to use.
Should I submit the RSS file that I use to distribute news?
No, this is not the RSS file we are looking for here. You should create and maintain
a separate RSS file that only contains a list of static resources found on your
website... things like products (free or commercial), articles, tutorials, and references.
This is the Resource RSS file we are looking for here.
What version of the RSS standard do you support?
We accept RSS files formatted using the v1.0 and above specification.
How do I create an RSS file? There are lots
of tutorials on the web on how to create an RSS file. For a basic tutorial on how
to create an RSS file
If you use a database to run your entire website, then you may be able to create
a script that will dynamically generate your RSS file on the fly. If you can, we
recommend you script your RSS file so it's always synchronized with your database.