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Product safety recalls reported by the Consumer Product Safety Commission as they related to baby products, infant products or kids products that fall into the categories of furniture, gear, textiles, toys, accessories or gifts/apparel.
Product news, images, styles, trends and descriptions on baby gift sets, parent and grandparents gift items like picture frames, photo albums and gift sets and apparel like baby layettes and infant and toddler clothing.
Product news, images, styles, trends and descriptions on plush toys, infant developmental toys, educational toys and board books.
Product news, images, styles, trends and descriptions for kids area rugs, infant bedding, crib sets, kids bedding, youth bedding and blankets.
Product news, images, styles, trends and descriptions for baby, kids, nursery and tween room décor including kids lamps/lighting, kids wall décor and pictures, picture frames, wall clocks, decorative accessories, etc.
Interviews with juvenile/youth manufacturers, suppliers and designers talking about their design processes, inspirations and work habits related to the baby products, youth product or juvenile products they create.
Inside look at retailing, in-store operations, merchandising, customer relations, retail management, vendor relationships and more.
Product news, images, styles, trends and descriptions for car seats, booster seats, infant seats, baby strollers, baby bouncers, infant carriers and more.
Product news, images, styles, trends and descriptions for baby furniture, kids furniture, infant furniture, nursery furniture and kid sized furniture including glider rockers, cribs, casegoods, beds and mattresses.

What is RSS?


RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication." RSS is a new way to publish information online, through "RSS Feeds".

At the heart of the technology is special Web coding, called XML, which displays headlines and information on another page or "RSS Reader". This is a simple way to syndicate content.

Anyone can use the RSS codes and with the appropriate web software, display the information automatically.

What Do I Need to Receive RSS Feeds?

First, you need a "feed reader". Performing a search for "RSS Feed Readers" in any major online search engine such as or Yahoo! will produce a slew of software options — many of which are free or at little cost.

Once you've obtained a feed reader, subscribing to an RSS feed is as simple as looking for the appropriate XML code. Most websites that publish an RSS feed will display a tiny orange box or button labeled "RSS" or "XML."

Click the button and your web browser typically goes to a page of cryptic code. Just copy the Web "address" or URL of that page and plug it into your feed reader. The software will then automatically retrieve and display that site's latest information.

What RSS is not

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