OK... so you're about to learn I am a kinetic learner not a Wikipedia scholar. As smart as a computer, I need a little programming.
I go to the website and 'view source" by secondary mouse click anywhere on the page. It took me a while to figure that out but I think I got it, by George!
So here is Angry DM. (Figures I follow an Angry guy, right?) http://angrydm.com I view his source and another screen pops up called "Original Source." I then path [Edit] >> [View Source] and [Find] RSS.... I come up with 4 RSS hits. They come in pairs.
<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="The Angry DM: D&D Advice with Attitude » Feed" href="http://angrydm.com/feed/" />
<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="The Angry DM: D&D Advice with Attitude » Comments Feed"
</div><div id="nav_menu-5" class="side-widget widget_nav_menu"><h3>The Angry DM</h3><div class="menu-web-2-0-container"><ul id="menu-web-2-0" class="menu"><li id="menu-item-452" class="menu-item menu-item-type-custom menu-item-object-custom menu-item-452">RSS 2.0 Feed
<li id="menu-item-453" class="menu-item menu-item-type-custom menu-item-object-custom menu-item-453">RSS 2.0 Comment Feed
So what am I inputting into the Blogroll-RSS-widget?
Can you find it here and just cut and paste it for me in a reply? Is this going to be the standard "sentence" I am loking for in every blog in my blogroll? Is there something I should look out for in certain, specific instances? (eg. Does Blogger or Livejournal have different RSS "sentences" to cut and paste?)
What is the Bloggroll-RSS-widget actually asking for? Maybe I can have an example...? Truly there should have been an example given by the creator of this widget like it was for the social media widget I installed. But nevermind.
You're dealing with a High School drop out. I am looking for RSS but I need KISS. It will lower my blood pressure that way.