Before, if I go to a RSS feed (.xml file), Chrome displays it. I could use extensions to format the feed or just view the source directly. However, now, Chrome forces me to view the feed using a RSS ...
When you're opening RSS URL, Opera shows a button to subscribe. When you're browsing the site with RSS meta tags, Opera shows an icon to subscribe. Is there any Chrome add-ons with the same logic? ...
I have version 9.0 installed. Whenever I click on an rss link. I see something like this: It doesn't show a whole page of pure code when I do this on firefox, any ideas on how to fix this? Or is ...
When I click on a XML feed in Firefox it automatically detects this and ask how I would like to subscribe. Is there an easy way to just see the raw feed in Firefox? This is simple in Google's Chrome ...
Is there an easy way to add an RSS feed in Chrome to your Bloglines account? There are add-ons for IE and Firefox that let you do this. Haven't seen anything for Chrome.
If I go to a site like http://blogs.msdn.com/ashleyf/ with Firefox, it has a little RSS icon on the address bar that you can use to subscribe to the feed. Something like Google Chrome doesn't have ...
Chrome just shows text on properly formed RSS pages. Browse over to http://www.care2.com/greenliving/food-recipes/feed for example. Firefox and Explorer show the same page in a human friendly ...