One of the easiest (and most popular) ways to integrate RSS into your website is to use it in an HTML iFrame in a sidebar. This provides the added benefit of allowing the ReachRSS powered list of news items to be scrolled. Check out the most popular comics at Comic Alert!, displayed in an iFrame on the right.
Another popular method is to integrate the ReachRSS output into your
HTML, either in a seperate table, or directly into you text. For instance,
the five latest headlines at Wired News are: Error: HTTP Status 301 received while attempting to retrieve http://www.wired.com/news_drop/netcenter/netcenter.rdf
You can of course include descriptions and times with the items. The top two stories at Slashdot are...
Welcome to ReachRSS!
As you can see, there's not much here at the moment. The first thing you will probably want to do is to add some channels, so you can start viewing your news instead of this welcome screen. To do that you will need to login to the Admin Area here.
If you need help getting started with ReachRSS, there are several resources available. The Admin Area instructions will give you some insight on how the admin area of ReachRSS works, and the ReachRSS Template Guide will help you build your own templates to make ReachRSS look exactly the way you want it to. If you're wanting to tap into ReachRSS using PHP, you'll want to read the ReachRSS Programming Guide shows you how to use ReachRSS as a PHP Class in your own applications.
If you get really stuck, and none of the documents above helps, we offer free support to registered users. You can register your copy of ReachRSS here, and once done you can email your question to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll help you out (we even offer free installation services for registered users) Registration also removes the "Powered by ReachRSS" icon requirement (below), supports an unlimited number of channels (the unregistered version limits you to 3 at any one time), and provides additional features like keyword scanning and alternate layouts. The registration price has been kept low so that everyone can afford it - if you find ReachRSS useful, please consider it!
Thank you for using ReachRSS!
You can display ReachRSS on it's own page as well. Check out our Demo page for a sample of that.
And of course, don't forget that ReachRSS is also a powerful PHP class you can access directly to do many more things that are not shown here (and honestly, that we probably haven't even thought of). See our Programming Guide for complete documentation on the ReachRSS PHP Class and the public functions it makes available.