Feedster Supports Standardized RSS Icon

Posted on January 22, 2006

RSS IconFeedster has announced that they will also be supporting the RSS icon that the Mozilla browser uses to indicate when a website has a feed available.
In the next iteration/stepping stone of our website, a la January...Feedster will support the Mozilla inspired icon you see here. Specifically we'll be using the set of icons developed by Matt Brett. Matt was good enough to develop a set of Photoshop and EPS files for communal use.
Last year Microsoft announced that they will be using the RSS icon as the new standard to indicate feeds in IE7.

It is now time to switch out the orange XML or RSS buttons that most people don't understand with a symbol that most people don't understand. Graphics for the feed icons can be found on Matt Brett's FeedIcons.com site.

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