I previously posted this in suggestions, but now i think this is a bug.
Tag <guid> should contain unique identifier for thread. This can be as canonical link without title, and just a thread identifier.
RSS generated for posts with embedded attachments may contain code such as the following:
<content:encoded><![CDATA[<div class="bbWrapper"><b><i><span style="color: #ff0000">Test</span></i></b><br />
<script class="js-extraPhrases" type="application/json">
The add-on allows you to send RSS feed for Yandex.Turbo technology
As a source of Turbo pages, you need to use a link of the form: yourdomain/yturbo-feed.xml
At the moment, the minimum version of php is 7.0. In future releases and additions, I will be using php 7.3/7.4. 7.0-7.2 are outdated...
Hi, I have a Wordpress front end to my site that utilizes a customized RSS feed from our previous VB4.2.5 forum to populate content on the (wordpress) home page of the site. This includes new trip reports, new forum threads, and new gallery items.
I do see the standard RSS feed for the forum...
See this thread here for details.
I recreated the RSS feed exactly as it was imported from Vbulletin, and now it seems to work fine.
At this moment (12.09.2019), XenForo in RSS feed pushes into guid just link to thread:
This can be result as problems for identifying thread if author changes thread name, and if forum uses setting named as "Include content title in URLs" (/admin.php?options/groups/seo/#includeTitleInUrls).
Is it possible to create a extra option for hiding RSS Feeds without reply and showing it after reply in "New posts"?
My forum loads many feeds from a news site and i like to show only feeds with comments in "New posts".
All I want is to able to post a thread via rss feed from my media gallery item into a node of my choice in my forums... As for some unknown reasons, rss feeds in media gallery have been removed in core xF2.1, would request devs to make/find a workaround... already discussed in another thread...
I know in the past we could just add /index.rss to the end of the Media Gallery URL and it would show a proper RSS feed. However I've noticed that is no longer the case, see here - https://xenforo.com/community/media/index.rss
When you view the file its contents are as follows:
Does anyone know how to change the RSS feed to as entitled? So it displays by new thread date, rather than latest reply?
We had this on XF1 thanks to a solution/code hack by @Jake Bunce here...
This is troublesome when apache redirects automatically add in the backslash to your final destination
RewriteRule ^external.php* https://www.physicsforums.com/forums/-/index.rss [R=301,L]
and will break
With RSS "media" tags now part of RSS 2.0 (http://www.rssboard.org/media-rss), and is recommended by Google on how to handle media items (https://support.google.com/producer/answer/6170026?hl=en), and is becoming a lot more common in RSS feeds (like in YouTube channel feeds) then it'd be pretty...
Enable RSS on you're board:
Check if webfeed is enabled on your forum in (the url of you're forum)/admin.php?options/groups/newsfeed/
After that it's time to add the navigation button:
Go to "navigation" in the admin panel (the url of you're forum)/admin.php?navigation/ and click on "add...
xenForo 2 use. I want to add my own siteRSS feed importer.
Where am I making mistakes? :( @Mike , @Brogan , @Chris D please help!
I've tried adding my RSS on several bot plugins such as an auto RSS tweeter for twitter, RSS bot on Discord, etc. Each time I get an error, That's what I get for the discord bot, the rest of them simply say they cannot find the rss. What is the problem?
when I want to use the RSS feature to be updated with threads there is always just the content of the first post shown.
Example: On a thread with 10 "Posts" or comments there is always the first post content given.
Thanks in advance,