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RSS feed problems WordPress


Hi, im having some issues with my rss feed.

ive tried using

I tried using the w3 validator but not sure what steps to take next?

This is what my wp-rss2.php file looks like, but this doesnt look right?

* Redirects to the RSS2 feed
* This file is deprecated and only exists for backwards compatibility
* @package WordPress

require( './wp-load.php' );
wp_redirect( get_bloginfo( 'rss2_url' ), 301 );


Answers (7)


Cosmin Popovici answers:

What is the issue exactly?

Just tried your RSS link and it looks & works fine for me...

Anyway, you should definitely consider moving your feed to Feedburner, [[LINK href=""]]here's a guide[[/LINK]] for that. And here's [[LINK href=""]]how to setup your feed at Feedburner[[/LINK]].


hemant hapani answers:


Please insert the all images with title like your first image (Going to the beach) and in your feed on image click link not working in <description> So please insert your feed like only title and description not images. so i think your problems solved. And Please Insert your post with title and descriptions.



Peter Michael answers:

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Denzel Chia answers:


That is not the feed template, its not being used anymore by wordpress.
The feed template is feed-rss2.php under wp-includes.

Anyway you should not modify that file, your should use a plugin instead.



Deepak Thomas answers:

I didnt get what the problems you're facing with RSS feeds are.
Your RSS feeds work just fine

If you want to redirect all your RSS feed requests to feedburner, you can either edit your .htaccess file or use a plugin


arman syam answers:

Just install xml sitemap to your wp, it's very simple way to solve...


You can write your domain name like: <strong></strong> and insert it in header.php and put it before </header>


Lucas Wynne answers:

Are you just seeing a bunch of code? That's how some browsers, like Google Chrome, read your RSS. Try it in Internet Explorer and it will look fine to you.

If you're looking to style your RSS feed try this out:
[[LINK href=""]][[/LINK]]