MOEL RSS Service

You can keep track of all news including legislation and new administrative announcements without visiting the MOEL website by subscribing to MOEL RSS feeds.

How RSS Works?

RSS is an acronym for Really Simple ??Syndication or Rich Site Summary. You can get a series of headlines and brief summaries of all the articles
(ie., latest news, job vacancies and postings on popular blogs) published on websites that you subscribe to via this XML-based format.

When you subscribe to the feeds, it lets you scan new articles on the web pages of your interest more efficiently without physically
logging-on those websites. And you can decide which articles to select from the feed and read in full. The MOEL RSS Service gets the latest
information (on MOEL policies, legislation, enactment and enforcement announcements, and news & events) delivered directly to your
desktop in real time.


Click the orange rectangle with ??XML?? in white letters, and you can see the source code. To view the feed, copy the URL/shortcut that corresponds to the topic that interests you. And paste the URL into your reader.

RSS Reader

Reading feeds requires a few simple things. You will of course need a computer or other connected device and an internet connection. After that, you need something that can read or aggregate RSS files. The readers or aggregators will collect, download, interpret and display RSS feeds for you as other emailing programs or news readers work. Foreign made RSS Readers include Bloglines, SharpReader, NewzCrawler; and home-grown ones include HanRSS and Yeonmo, among others.

RSS Service Availability

If you find the orange logo of xml on a web page, it means that the website offers RSS services. rss , rss , rss , rss , XML, Syndicate this site (XML), and XML and other emblems show the presence of active RSS feeds on a site. Often, the blue (or orange) RSS button is quite small and is placed at the end of the web page; so you might not easily locate the button. However, you do not need to look for the RSS service button or logo with RSS readers, as the readers or aggregators automatically detect the RSS service and tell you the availability of RSS feeds.