How To Tell Web Browsers That Your Web Pages Have Atom Feeds

How To Tell Web Browsers That Your Web Pages Have Atom Feeds


  • 25 Feb, 2012

    One way to tell Web browsers that your Web pages have Atom Feed files is to add a "link" tag in the header section of your Web pages. The "link" tag defines a "link" element with 4 attributes: * rel="alternate" - Defines the relation of this Web page and the Atom feed file. * type="application/atom+xml" - Defines the MIME type of the Atom feed file. * href="urlOfAtomFeedFile" - Defines the location of the Atom feed file. * title="titleOfTheFeed" - Defines the title of the Atom feed file.The following Web page contains a "link" tag good example that associate an Atom feed to this page:<html><head> <title>Webmaster GlobalGuideLine</title> <link rel="alternate" type="application/atom+xml" href="atom.xml" title="Atom feed for FAQ pages"></head><body><p>Definitions of Webmaster on the Web:</p><li>The person responsible for maintaining and updating a Web site.</li><li>The administrator, maintainer and/or creater of a web site.<li><li>The person who lays out the information trees, designs the look, codes HTML pages, handles editing and additions and checks that links are intact.</li>

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