You can make it easier for your visitors to subscribe to your RSS feed.
org/quicksub/ (QuickSub) feed button to your webpage in just a few minutes.
Let me show you just how easy it is.
You can see it in action on my RSS resource site, just move the mouse over the subscribe link.
You should see a list of RSS feed readers.
If you click on one of the news reader links it will open up that RSS reader and add this feed to it.
You will need the particular news reader installed on your computer for this to work.
So for example if your visitor uses SharpReader as their RSS reader then they would click on the Sharpreader link and this would add your feed to your visitors RSS reader.
The file is compressed so you will need to unzip the file which will leave you with quicksub.
css and quicksub.
js as well as a sample html file.
Now you will need to add some code into your web pages.
You will need to do this for all of the pages that you wish to use QuickSub on.
Please note that in these examples I have used square brackets instead of angled brackets.
First you need to copy some code to call the CSS file.
Add this line with your head tags.
[style type="text/css"] @import "quicksub.
css"; [/style] Then copy this code into the body of your page.
js"][!-- quickSub (c) Jason Brome --][/script] Then where you want to use QuickSub place this code in the body of your page.
xml" onmouseout="return timeqs();" onmouseover="return quicksub(this, '[http://www.
xml]');"]Your link text here[/a] You just need to replace the path with the path to you RSS feed and enter you own link text.