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4 Wheel & Off Road RSS Feeds!

Posted in Features on February 24, 2005
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Thanks to an XML-based programming format called RSS, it has never been easier to have authoritative automotive content delivered directly to you. By using Really Simple Syndication (RSS), we can serve a feed to your news reader, blog, Web site, or personalized home page, automatically providing direct links to our very latest articles.

Latest 4Wheel Off-Road Stories Add to My Yahoo!
http://krang.4wheeloffroad.com/rss/nonstandard_rss.xml

Latest Blog Posts Add to My Yahoo!
http://blogs.4wheeloffroad.com/rss/

Latest Forum Threads Add to My Yahoo!
http://forums.4wheeloffroad.com/rss/

Usage Guidelines
Use of our RSS feeds is free. We simply require that we be credited with a text or graphic link if the feed is public, meaning that others could view. A logo is available on this page for download. Use the RSS feeds to enrich your pages, but please do not extract, quote, or reproduce content beyond what the feed delivers.

Use of our RSS feed and/or logo does not, and should not, imply an endorsement. We the right to prohibit a site from displaying Primedia copyrighted content and may discontinue service without notice.

So, How Does This Work?
The links above can be entered into a news reader, blog, Web site, or personalized home page, such as my.yahoo.com. That's all there is to it.

To learn more about RSS, visit: Technology at Harvard Law

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