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What is RSS feed?

It is a simple text file containing the latest updates to a website. The information in this file presents headlines indicating “articles” relating to these updates, along with a brief summary and a link, “More”, to a web page, where you can read the full information.

By subscribing to the Research Centre’s RSS feed free of charge, you will be automatically notified when any new article is posted on our website.

How to access our feed remotely?

All you need is a specific application for reading RSS feeds called RSS reader or RSS aggregator. There are many of these that can be downloaded for free from the internet.

Once you have downloaded the software, you will have to provide (just once!) the URL of the RSS feed of the Centre de recherche du château de Versailles. The software will then automatically request our server to list the latest articles to come online and a message will appear on your computer screen if your reader is active.

This process is of course free and you can stop the feed whenever you like by deleting the link on your RSS reader.

How to access our feed from our website?

If you do not wish to subscribe but would like the latest updates when you connect to our website, you can access our RSS file by clicking on the icon below.

Please note: this file is not easy to read if your browser does not have an integrated feed reader. For example, on Internet Explorer, the file will display the sources codes, whereas on Mozilla it can be read without difficulty.

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