What's all this RSS stuff then?
What is this RSS feed thing?
It's an easy way to receive notifications of any new posts or pictures on the forum attached to this website, such as Lucy's latest appearances in Nuts or the Daily Star.
Why should I subscribe?
It saves you hassle. You don't have to bother checking the forum to see if there are any new pictures posted - your browser will give you a list of all the newest stuff, and you just click the link in the browser to go straight to the new pics or posts.
How do I subscribe?
It's very easy. Simply go to the forum's RSS feed page and click the "Subscribe" button. That's it... you don't have to enter any registration details or any stuff like that... you don't even have to be a member of the forum, it's open to everyone. It doesn't put you on any sort of list, either... it's all done by your browser, not by the website. It doesn't send any personal information to the website, so it's completely under your own control and there are no privacy implications.
You can then adjust how often you receive updates using the "Manage Feeds" menu in your browser. The newest pics of Lucy in the Daily Star are usually posted some time between 3:00am and 6:00am, so you may wish to select hourly or three-hourly updates to make sure you get them over breakfast. But you can get a new update any time you want just by going to the "Lucy Pinder Television Website" entry in the "Feeds" menu.
Do I have to join the forum to use it?
No, as I say it's open to everyone, whether you're a member or not. It doesn't require any membership details.
You have to join the forum if you want to reply to anything, of course. But not if all you want to do is read it.
How do I unsubscribe?
That's just as easy, just check the feed in your browser and unsubscribe from there.
Does it work with any computer?
All modern browsers support RSS. It works on Windows, Macs and Linux, it works in Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome or any other common browser.
It's not working! What do I do?
Contact the site maintainer and explain what the exact problem is, and I'll do my best to help.
There is sometimes a problem with Opera resetting the update rate to "every 24 hours" all by itself. The solution seems to be simply to just keep on setting it back to the update rate you want... once you've set it enough times, it stays like that and stops misbehaving.