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A Quiz: Test Your RSS Smarts
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    2007-04-08

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  • A Quiz: Test Your RSS Smarts
  • RSS is only...
  • Can RSS Feeds be...
  • Desktop readers are...
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    Desktop readers are programs that behave similar to an email client, you add new feeds and when the RSS feeds you subscribe to are updated new items appear in the RSS reader. The web aggregators are websites that aggregate all of your favorite feeds, the web page dynamically updates as new items are added to the feeds you subscribe to. Many email applications now also include the ability to monitor RSS feeds. As the popularity of RSS increases, the options to read and monitor feeds is expanding.

    Question: Can you block a search engine from accessing a feed?

    Answer: You can use a robots.txt to indicate to search engines that specific RSS feeds should not be indexed. Most search engines will observe the contents of a properly formatted robots.txt file.

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