Reality F1 provides news feeds for the game and for individual players. The feeds allow you to keep up to date with the performance of your team and any changes in the game itself.
What content is available?
The Reality F1 feeds currently on offer are:
- Game news from our blog:
This feed contains announcements about Reality F1. It includes race reminders and results as well as other updates.
RSS feed location: http://realityf1.com/blog/feed/
- Player updates:
Player specific feeds provide updates on the performance of individual players (as well as important game updates). You can find a feed for an individual player by viewing the profile page for that player. Profile pages for current players are linked from the championship listings.
- League updates:
League specific feeds provide updates on individual league performance (as well as the game updates). You can find feeds for individual leagues by viewing the details for that league. A list of all leagues in the current competition can be found on the league championship page.
- Follow Reality F1 on twitter:
Twitter (http://twitter.com) is a social-networking and micro-blogging service. Game information and F1 news will be posted on our twitter feed: http://twitter.com/realityf1
- Follow Reality F1 on Facebook:
Reality F1 has a Facebook page. Game information and F1 news will be posted on our Facebook page. If you use Facebook, please 'Like' us.
What format do the Reality F1 feeds use?
The feeds are in RSS format. RSS is a way of sharing/syndicating content from a Web site. RSS feeds are text files and are easy to produce. RSS feeds are an excellent way of providing up-to-date subject-targeted information that can be used to encourage people to regularly visit a Web site.
In general the RSS feed comprises a series of news headlines and a snippet of information related to the headline.