Gold & Silver RSS/XML FeedsOne of the best way to show the gold and silver price live update in your webpages
Get our Gold and Silver price updated content delivered direct to your RSS reader so that you know live price updated about precious metals without having to visit the site.
What are Gold Rate RSS feeds?
Our RSS feeds basically allow you to have the latest gold and silver price update from a website delivered to an RSS reader so that you can view them without visiting the site. RSS stands for 'Really Simple Syndication' and is yet another Internet acronym for what is essentially a simple XML (<- there's another one) file, a file created for computers to access and read.
How do you use RSS feeds?
The easiest way to get into using RSS is to either get yourself a desktop RSS aggregator, use one of the web based services such as Google or Yahoo, or if you're using a modern web browser use the built in RSS reader. Once you've got your reader/aggregator setup you'll need to know how to subscribe to a feed. This will be different for different readers but essentially involves giving the reader the URL of the RSS feed so that it knows where to grab the latest Gold and Silver prices.
So, to subscribe to our feeds you just need to register in below form and get the customaized rss feeds for your website. You can do this by copying the URL into your RSS reader or if using a web browser click on the RSS button that should activate once it recognises there is a feed.
Can I put the RSS feeds on my website?
We don't have a problem with our feeds appearing on websites, we simply ask that you use the link provided back to our site for each item you display. The content in these feeds is intended for RSS readers as it only contains a live update price for gold and silver. We can provide more detailed price history feeds for specific city like chennai, mumbai, delhi and kolkatta and others, if you're interested in setting up a feed for your site please user our below register form to let us know.
If you have any problems with our feeds please use our contact form to let us know about it.