Power your Website with YotHop Jobs and News
What are RSS feeds?
Rich Site Summary (RSS) channels provide an effective method of accessing our latest job listings and news posts, making it easy to display an up-to-date job board or blog on your website or view a simple, unadorned list within a particular area of interest.
We provide RSS feeds indexed by two different criteria:
Post a Job
Anyone can post a job on YotHop and the applications go directly to the employer, no middle man 🙂 All you need to do is sign up and go to Post a Yacht Job and fill in the form. We check the job and push it live, Simple!
Post News or Content
It’s easy to post to YotHop Pulse and to benefit from others content. Simply visit YotHop Pulse fill in the 3 boxes and add your image.
RSS feeds provide an ideal method of displaying our job listings on your website with the minimum of effort.
There are many rss to code convertors online which allow you to customise the elements of the feed and embed it onto your site maintaining your look and feel.
To take advantage of this:
Direct RSS syndication — By using the raw RSS feed as part of a server-side script, it is possible to tightly integrate our job listings with your own data, allowing unlimited customisation and removing the need for client-side technologies. The RSS URLs are listed on the Jobs and News indices. For an introduction on how to go about programming with RDF, we recommend you consult the below resources.
For your own YotHop jobs feed, use this html code
For your own YotHop blog feed, use this html code
Our RSS feed service is also of great use to jobseekers, providing a quick and efficient method of accessing our latest job listings. Again, two options are available to users of yothop.com:
HTML listings — An up-to-date and concise list of jobs is available in each category and location by visiting the HTML pages corresponding to each RSS feed.
RSS readers — Instead of relying on the web-readable listings, jobseekers may choose to use a dedicated RSS reader program. These can download succinct article listings from a range of sites and provide them in a lightweight format, reducing the need to manually check for new content each day.Use a popular browser plugin or Feedreader is one easy-to-use example; some others are mentioned on this RSS readers index.