News from Continental as RSS Feed
Always abreast of what's new
Continental now offers you a new and convenient way to keep up with press releases on a regular basis. Thanks to RSS technology, you no longer have to surf in our direction. Instead, our news comes your way. This saves you time.
You need two things:
First of all, an RSS aggregator, or reader. This can take the form of a very normal program for Windows, for example, or an online service. Secondly, you require a so-called RSS feed, which you get from us. A glance at your reading program and you immediately see what's new on the pages you've subscribed to.
That could look like this:
What topics does Continental offer as RSS feed?
Press releases from the Continental Corporation
Investor News und Ad hoc Meldungen
Continental Car/Van/4x4 Tires
Continental Bus/Truck Tires
Where do I get an RSS newsreader?
What kind of online services are there?
The disadvantage of online RSS readers is that you have to register for them; the advantage, on the other hand, is that you can view your own personal news rundown on any PC with Internet access. Here a small selection:
There are additional Mozilla Firefox AddOns available with whom your are able to read RSS Feeds. You can find the link to the Firefox AddOns called Sage 1.4.3. here .
Browser that understand RSS:
- Safari für MacOS X: In the Apple browser, RSS news items are presented like browser HTML pages. (More information on Safari )
- Mozilla Firefox: RSS news items are linked as so-called live bookmarks and can be displayed in the sidebar or the bookmark symbol bar. (More information on Mozilla Firefox )
- Internet Explorer: ... still doesn't understand any RSS. Microsoft has announced, however, that Version 7 is capable of reading RSS feeds.
More information about RSS:
- RSS article in Wikipedia , the online encyclopedia.
Continental does not assume any responsibility for the accuracy of the information, nor is it responsible for the contents of the Websites cited. News readers are downloaded and installed at the user's own risk.