What is RSS?
RSS is a format called “Internet Content Syndication”.
Syndication makes it possible to establish exchanges of information (text, links, images) between Internet sites, which are updated automatically.
This system makes it possible, in particular, to display on a site information from another site, while maintaining its own formatting and its own graphic charter (one hears about white marker publication)
RSS is an acronym for Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication. RSS is based on the XML standard. All RSS files must comply with the XML 1.0 specification, published on the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) website.
The RSS flows from the France-Diplomatie are available to webmasters for free.
It is requested that visible mention of the source be made, citing the website URL:
Integration into your site
By default, all of the available RSS threads offer the most up-to-date news sought, listed from most to least recent. Each link offered specifies the date and time of publication, the title of the document, as well as a short summary (when available).
Subscribe to the RSS flows available on France-Diplomatie:
The daily news of France-Diplomatie, the headlines of the site.