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RSS Tutorials - Firefox Displaying a Web Page with Atom Feeds
(Continued from previous topic...)
What Happens When FireFox Knows a Web Page Has Atom Feeds?
When you use a FireFox browser visiting a Web page that has an Atom feed define,
FireFox will display a "live bookmark" icon in the status bar. You can click the
"live bookmark" to add the Atom feed to the bookmark list.
If you want to see FireFox's "live bookmark" icon, you can use a FireFox browser
to visit the "webmaster.html" page created in previous tutorials. You will the
"live bookmark" icon displayed in the status bar at the right bottom corner
as shown in the picture below:
Clicking on the "live bookmark" icon, the Atom feed file "atom.xml" will show up
to allow you to select and add to the bookmark list.
- What Is Atom 1.0 Standard?
- What Is the Relation between Atom and XML?
- What Are Main Differences between Atom 1.0 and RSS 2.0?
- What Is the Icon for Atom Syndication?
- What Is the MIME Type Definition for Atom Files?
- What Is an Atom Syndication Feed?
- How To Write a Minimum Atom 1.0 Feed File?
- How To Validate an Atom 1.0 Feed File?
- How To Use w3.org Feed Validation Service?
- What Happens If Your Atom Feed Fails the Validation?
- Is There Any DTD File to Validate Atom Feed Files?
- Is There Any XSD File to Validate Atom Feed Files?
- How To Create Atom Feed Files?
- How To Tell Visitors That You Have Atom Syndication Feeds?
- How To Tell Web Browsers That Your Web Pages Have Atom Feeds?
- What Happens When FireFox Knows a Web Page Has Atom Feeds?