Subscribing to CSU Careers Search Feeds
Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari each have a different symbol to indicate that a web site offers RSS; click this symbol to subscribe to the feed. Specific instructions for each browser follow.
For Internet Explorer versions
Internet Explorer 7, 8 or 9 the RSS icon on the main toolbar will change
from grayed-out to orange when the browser is on a web page that
supports RSS. (Note: In Internet Explorer 9, you need to turn on the Command
bar to view the RSS icon: press
Alt, then from the
View menu, select
Toolbars and turn on the
Command bar). When the icon is orange, click it to go to the
RSS page for that web site. At the top of the page, in the yellow
Subscribe to this feed. The default setting will
save the feed in the "Feeds" section of your Favorites. You should name the feed so you
will remember the search parameters you selected.
To unsubscribe from a feed, near the top of the browser window, click the plain yellow star (with no plus sign).
Favorites menu will appear. Choose
then right-click the feed you want to remove. Click
Internet Explorer 6 and earlier versions do not have a feed reader built into the browser. Instead, you can
use a standalone RSS aggregator or feed reader, or upgrade to Internet Explorer 8, then follow the
For more information on using RSS feeds in Internet Explorer 9 please visit: Internet Explorer 9 — RSS
For Firefox, the RSS icon will appear on the right side of the address
bar when the browser is on a web page that supports RSS. Click the
RSS icon to go to the RSS page for that web site. In the yellow box
at the top of the page, you can choose which program to use when
subscribing to the feed. After choosing the program, click
Subscribe Now. The default setting saves this feed in the
Bookmarks Toolbar folder under "Bookmarks".
To unsubscribe from a feed, in the
Bookmarks pull-down menu,
right-click the bookmark you wish to remove, and then choose
For Safari, the letters "RSS" will appear on the right side of the
address bar when the browser is on a web page that supports RSS.
Click the letters to go to the RSS page for that web site. Then,
+ (plus sign) to the left of the address bar to
subscribe to the feed. The default setting saves the feed as a
bookmark on the Bookmarks Bar.
To unsubscribe from a feed, right-click (or
for Mac) the bookmark and choose