Journal of Histochemistry & Cytochemistry

RSS Feeds

What are RSS feeds?

RSS stands for Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication. RSS feeds allow you to bring together the latest articles and table of contents for your favorite SAGE journals into your web page or RSS reader.

What RSS feeds are available on SAGE Journals?

The following two types of RSS feeds are available for all titles hosted on SAGE Journals:

  • Recent Articles – provides both latest articles and articles within Table of Contents

  • OnlineFirst Articles – provides just latest articles

How do I start using SAGE RSS feeds?

Once you have selected an RSS reader or service to use, you can find the RSS feed links for your journals by either clicking the About menu option then selecting the RSS option, or scrolling down the journal's homepage to the right-hand Connect with Us box and select the orange and white RSS icon.  Both options will take you to the main RSS page for the journal (URLs for this page follow this structure: http://journals.sagepub.com/rss/xyz). To add the RSS feed of your choice, right-click on the RSS feed name and select the 'copy shortcut' or 'copy link address' and paste it into your RSS reader. The URL of the RSS feed will look like this: http://journals.sagepub.com/action/showFeed?ui=0&mi=ehikzz&ai=2b4&jc=wxyz&type=etoc&feed=rss (or http://journals.sagepub.com/action/showFeed?ui=0&mi=ehikzz&ai=2b4&jc=wxyz&type=axatoc&feed=rss). Because each RSS browser or reader varies in setup procedures, please consult the help menu of that application. Once set up, you should begin to receive the feeds into your web page or RSS reader.

How can I learn more about RSS Feeds?

For more information on RSS visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS