Some data presented on the WCCA website is available through RSS feeds. For more information on RSS, how it works and how to subscribe to feeds, see information below:
What is RSS? RSS (Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary) delivers Web content directly to a user in a timely manner without the user having to repeatedly visit the Web site from which the content originates.
How does RSS work? Information is delivered to subscribers via an RSS reader. Many free desktop readers are available for download from the Internet. In addition, most Web browsers and Web sites like Google and Yahoo have built-in readers.
Subscribing to an RSS feed Each RSS feed reader is a little different. To subscribe to an RSS feed try one of the following:
Follow the instructions of your RSS feed reader.
Follow a link for a feed and follow the instructions provided by your reader.
Copy the URL/shortcut of one of the feed pages and paste the URL into your reader.
How often will I receive updated content? How frequently items appear in an RSS reader depends on how often the RSS feed to which you have subscribed is checked for new content by your reader.
What information on this site is available as an RSS feed? Data brought back using the case search, public domain citation search and citation of official publishers search features is all available as an RSS feed. Simply look for the feed icon.
HOW TO SUBSCRIBE: You can subscribe to RSS feeds for specific cases as part of your case search. -Go to WI Courts to perform a case search -Click on “I agree”, enter the party’s name or case number, and the county (or statewide search) -On the next screen you will be required to fill out the CAPTCHA to obtain access to the site -Click on the case number you wish to search or view -On next screen click on “view case details” -On next screen, on the right hand side, click on the orange “RSS” button -On next screen, click on “subscribe to this feed”
When you subscribe to a feed, it is automatically added to the “Favorites Center” and kept up to date. Your computer will periodically check online for updates to subscribed feeds, even when Internet Explorer is not running.