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WordPress creates feeds at [site_url]/feed/ by default. Check there e.g. www.example.com/feed. There should also be a link added to all pages in the <header>: <link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="website title Feed" href="[site_url]/feed/" /> The title is usually pulled from your WordPress site description, editable in ...
Another approach that some people do is re-design the blog so that it looks very much like their main site (www.yourdomain.com) set up www.blog.yourdomain.com, and redirect their blog to that (including having menu bar links back to www.yourdomain.com) set up a link in their main site to the blog, pointing to www.blog.yourdomain.com. That way, visitors ...
This can work - but not if you have a private blog on Blogger, because they do not have RSS feeds.
Seems I was right about Feedly waiting to pick up the new URL. It took over a full day but new posts are finally showing up. I guess just letting Ghost do a 301 is the proper solution, after all.
Wordpress even creates RSS feeds for yout tags and categories. You can call the category or tag slug with a /feed/ behind the url ([site_url]/category/test/feed/ or [site_url]/tag/test/feed/).
Reformat the RSS feed using a PHP XML parser such as http://magpierss.sourceforge.net/ you can either use the reformatted RSS feed, or create a string from the feed properties and send it to Xibo
The RSS entry shouldn't be made into the HTML editor page. It should be made into the default post editor. OR There is an option the right panel to choose tag for line break. All you have to do is to untick it.
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