Ideas & Personal creations — December 19, 2011 at 7:39 pm

BZFilm update: Separate RSS streams now available (December 19th, 2011)

bzfilm logoThe New Year is coming up, and I’ve decided to make one more technical update before we all say goodbye to 2011.

As you know, “BZFilm” has an RSS feed, and you can check it out here (and also subscribe to it). Now, I’ve decided to split the RSS a little, to make it easier for the readers to subscribe.

Yyou can subscribe to a specific category on the website, if you don’t want to be reading all the stuff that is being posted.

For example, if you’re only interested in multimedia, all you have to do is subscribe to the following two RSS streams (one for video and one for photos), and you will receive updates for only those two categories, and not for every website article or post.

Subscribe to PHOTOS category here
Subscribe to VIDEO category here

Brief explanation: If you subscribe to PHOTOS, you will receive all the updates (articles and posts) that are put into this specific category.

Same goes for VIDEO – you will receive all the updates on articles where VIDEO is mentioned (pay attention, not video tag, but video category). VIDEO category rss subscription also includes updates from “Movie theater”.

The rest of the categories are below, please feel free to subscribe to which one you want.

Subscribe to “ARTICLES AND NOTES” RSS stream here
Subscribe to “FILMMAKING” RSS stream here
Subscribe to “TALKS & INTERVIEWS” RSS stream here
Subscribe to “TIPS & SOURCES” RSS stream here

Subscribe to “ACTION-THRILLERS REVIEWS” RSS stream here
Subscribe to “HORROR & SYFY REVIEWS” RSS stream here
Subscribe to “DOCS & OTHER FILM REVIEWS” RSS stream here
Subscribe to “ODD & BIZARRE FILM REVIEWS” RSS stream here

Subscribe to full “BZFILM” RSS stream here.

You can also access the full list of RSS subscription categories on website’s right sidebar, or in the navigation menu under “RSS” option. Thanks, and have a great 2012!



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