Access to RSS feeds is anonymous and immediate, it does not require any registration. Attention: the consultation of the complete articles is done on the authors' sites and follow their Terms and Conditions, they can impose a registration and paid services.
Forget old interfaces and swipe items into cards with your finger. Instantly throw away what you don't like. Tap the card with your finger to turn it over and read the details and then access the author's site only if you like it.
Note: all wordpress sites have an RSS feed by default. The URL of the RSS feed is the root URL of the site followed by "/feed". For example, the URL of the site RSS feed
"https://dolelepleindeculture.wordpress.com/feed/" is the value to enter in the URL field above to visit the scrolling map site.
You have developed a Worpress site and want to share by swipe cards? Note that Wordpress RSS feeds do not have an article picture by default. If you want to add pictures to your Wordpress site feed, add this little free plugin
Wordpress Plugin Add Image In RSS.
Cookies are commonly used by websites. A cookie is a small text file that stores information on your computer's hard drive or mobile device when you visit a website. It is managed by your browser software. The website server therefore deposits it through your browser. The cookie allows the issuing site to remember information and uniquely identify the user through the persistence of information, even when the user leaves the site.
You can change the way cookies are managed at any time by configuring your browser. Here's how to do it with the most common browsers:
Internet Explorer ™(Documentation)
In Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, then Internet Options. On the General tab, under Browsing history, click Settings. Click the View Files button.
If you're using a Mac, click Firefox at the top left of the window. Click on Preferences. In the Privacy tab, click on Delete specific cookies.
For Windows, click Tools. Click on Options. In the Privacy tab, click on Delete specific cookies.
If you're using a Mac, click Safari at the top left of the window. Click on Preferences. In the Privacy tab, click Details.
For Windows, click on the wheel to the right of the address bar. Click on Preferences. In the Privacy tab, click Details.
Google Chrome ™(Documentation)
Click on the Chrome menu to the right of the address bar. Select Settings. Click Show advanced settings. In the Confidentiality section, click on Content settings. Click Cookies and Site Data to view cookies.
QUASTER SAS ®
25, rue de l'Abreuvoir
Contact : contact QUASTER SAS ®
SIREN: 902 068 204 RCS Pontoise
Intra-community VAT : FR72902068204
Publication Director :
M. LE BRUN de CHARMETTES Fabien
Visitors have a choice among a list of RSS feeds publicly available on the Internet and chosen for their quality.
Moreover the user can freely enter the URL of his choice to view it in swipe cards.
Once the RSS feed is selected, the user views the article samples on cards to swipe forward and backward using the finger (or mouse). To view the full article, the user must tap the card to return it and then type the [Visit] button that redirects him to the author's website. He will then have to accept the author's conditions to consult the full article.
The user is informed that he may in any event have recourse to conventional mediation, to existing sectoral mediation bodies or to any alternative dispute resolution method (conciliation, for example) in the event of a dispute.
The mediator can be contacted by following the procedure (In French) Saisie médiateur.
Scroll the cards by swiping them with your finger. Type them to return and read more. Try to hit me!
Congratulation! You flipped me!
The back side is the place to read all the details of the article. Scrolling is usual up and down and swiping right and left is disabled. When you've finished reading, or if you actually finshed reading the details, tap the card to flip it back. Then, once on the front, you can swipe left and right again to see more cards. Try to hit me again!