How to Setup Auto Discovery for Your WordPress RSS Feeds


How to Setup Auto Discovery for Your WordPress RSS Feeds
Aurora Delacruz

Do you notice when you visit WPBeginner, on the URL bar there is a RSS Icon. Often you will see this icon on sites that have set their RSS Feeds on auto discovery. By setting auto-discovery you are encouraging your users to subscribe, and also you are informing those who don’t know to subscribe as well. Most themes ignore this feature which might be a single most important feature that you should have in your themes. In this tutorial, we will show you how you can setup auto discovery for your WordPress RSS Feeds.

How to Setup Auto Discovery for Your WordPress RSS Feeds
Ellen Berry

Do you notice when you visit WPBeginner, on the URL bar there is a RSS Icon. Often you will see this icon on sites that have set their RSS Feeds on auto discovery. By setting auto-discovery you are encouraging your users to subscribe, and also you are informing those who don’t know to subscribe as well. Most themes ignore this feature which might be a single most important feature that you should have in your themes. In this tutorial, we will show you how you can setup auto discovery for your WordPress RSS Feeds.

How to Setup Auto Discovery for Your WordPress RSS Feeds?
Vi Neville

Hi, today I’ll discuss Auto Discovery in RSS Feeds. Nowadays, you can check with your personal experience, when you visit some website you will see the RSS icon in the address bar near to bookmark button. You can see the RSS icon on those sites only that has set the RSS Feed on auto discovery.Related Articles4 Awesome Furniture Brands To Shop At…
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How to Auto Post RSS Feeds to WordPress
Kit Suarez

Some of your success will depend on the options of your feed itself. I have played with the WP RSS Multi Importer plugin to determine things that work and don’t work. I had a problem with not all of my posts showing up, despite the number of posts I told the plugin to add in every day. After those posts were already skipped, it’s impossible to add them in with the feed. It has already recognized the posts by date, and once it runs a post from a certain time on a given date, it won’t recognize any posts from before that time the following day, and they don’t seem to get added in order.

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