RSS Icon is Address Bar in Safari

Does anybody know how Apples' Safari browser recognizes a site that has a RSS feed associated with it?  I want to let Mac users know that an RSS feed exists for some content I have on the main page of a site and like this feature.  I think there is a smiliar feature in FireFox.  Is that correct?

How would I code a CFM page to make sure users see that an RSS feed exists?  I know that if I bookmark the page with the icon it, Safari will use its built in RSS aggregation tool to sort through the content of that bookmarked page and others in the same bookmark folder.

Thanks.

Phil Hayes
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substandCommented:
<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" href="http://www.website.com/rssfeedfilename.xml" title="Website's RSS news feed">

that should do the trick

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substandCommented:
my apologies... you need to put that line in the <head> portion of your page
SiriusPhilAuthor Commented:
That is it.  Thank you!
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