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    Default How To Make A RSS Feed With RSS Builder

    Hi
    Could any body please help I have downloaded
    rss builder but I am having problems with
    the following can any body help:

    1) What do I put in the "link button" at the
    bottom left side (style sheet)
    2)Where it says discription do you put content
    from your new blog post
    3) Once I have completed "topic properties"
    do I then go to enclosure
    4) when it says enclosure is that were you
    would upload images for your blog
    5) Were would I get the rss feed url from for to place on my blog

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    What is the RSS builder?

    I'm sorry I'm not familiar with it and I don't know why anyone with Wordpress would need to build a feed.

    If you're using Wordpress, your feed is:

    http://www.yourdomain.com/feed/

    If you've got your permalinks set to end is : /%postname%/

    If RSS builder is a plugin or another script have you checked to see if they have support or instructions?

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    Default How To make Wordpress Feed

    Hi Dan
    Thank you again for the quick reply I really
    appreciate the help, I did not no the feed was built
    in to wordpress that was why I was looking how to
    build the feed.

    Is this what you are saying if my permo link
    is http://www.mydomain.com/?p=26 I would
    place the following link into RSS Feed URL
    http://www.mydomain.com/feed/?p=26.

    Would that mean every time I place a new
    post on my blog the permo link changes,
    so I would have to change the RSS Feed URL

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    For SEO reasons you should go into into Permalinks and change it to custom and /%postname%/
    Lynn T. Harrison
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    Hi Lynn
    Thanks for the reply when you say go to the permo link how do you
    get the permo link I have looked under links, widgets and have gone through
    all the other catogories but can not find any think saying permo link.

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    Under the WordPress Settings there is a page marked Permalinks.
    Lynn T. Harrison
    Ever Evolving Enterprises
    LynnTHarrison.com (my blog on using WordPress) Testimonials appreciated

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    Hi Lynn
    I am getting there now I have found permo link
    what you are saying in custom structure I place
    the following: http://www.mydomain.com/feed/%postname%/
    or is it http://www.mydomain.com/%postname%/

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    nope - just /%postname%/

    The path to your site is assumed.
    Lynn T. Harrison
    Ever Evolving Enterprises
    LynnTHarrison.com (my blog on using WordPress) Testimonials appreciated

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    Hi Lynn
    I have did what you have said, but the last
    bit in layout where it says rss feed within
    social networking link do I put
    the following like Dan says:
    http://www.mydomain.com/feed.

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