Simply put, an rss feed is a web page which is designed to be read by a computer rather than a person. It allows web developers to subscribe or access the live data so they can display it on their own website using their own style sheet. As the information is live, as soon as any update is made it immediately will appear anywhere that the rss feed is hosted.
Subscribe - If you want to simply subscribe to the feed so that you can view the dates easily on your phone, tablet or computer then all you need to use news reader. Some systems will have a built in reader, some you have to download but essentially once you have it all you need to do is click on the feed and 'subscribe'.
Custom - If you wish to display the feed on your website, your web developer will be able to import the feed and style the information as they please. If you require some assistance with this our development team will be happy to help.
Here are the 3 options we have for the calendar feed. You can have all events or just the car or bike. If you would like a bespoke feed, please get in touch. You may qualify for commission based upon the amount of referrals we get from your website.
Iframe - The most basic but easiest way to display the data is to use our pre-made iframe. Simply copy the snippet of code below and paste it within the body of the web page you want to display it. You can adjust the width of the feed to suit your requirements, it's fully optimised for mobile/tablet/laptop and desktop screens.
<iframe src="http://www.trackdays.co.uk/rss-feeds/car-trackdays/" style="width: 100%; height: 500px; border: 1px solid #333"></iframe>
<iframe src="http://www.trackdays.co.uk/rss-feeds/bike-trackdays/" style="width: 100%; height: 500px; border: 1px solid #333"></iframe>