RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a way of having NFPA news and information delivered to your desktop, Web browser, or Web site. NFPA gathers the content you select from our list of RSS feeds and displays it for you in one convenient location.
Codes and standards
Home Fire Sprinkler Initiative
NFPA Today Blog
Fire Protection Research Foundation
Fire Service Today
NFPA Conference & Expo
To access NFPA’s RSS feeds
You will need a newsreader (also called a news aggregator). A number of free news readers are available for download; some aggregators are desktop programs; others are Web sites, such as My Yahoo or My AOL; still others let you add RSS feeds to your Web page. (Search the internet for “free RSS readers” to find a program that’s right for you).
Once you have selected a newsreader, look for this orange RSS graphic on this page or elsewhere on the NFPA Web site.
When you click on the graphic, it will take you to a page on FeedBurner.com, which will offer you a variety of ways to subscribe to the feed you have chosen.
Watch this video to learn more about using and subscribing to RSS feeds.
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