RSS Feed Styles improves the appearance of your RSS feeds and make them human-readable. View the screenshots to see the before and after. RSS Feed Styles also adds subscription buttons and social sharing buttons to your RSS Feeds. This allows users to share your posts without an RSS reader.
Your blog’s RSS feed is located at http://yoursite.com/feed/ (if you use permalinks) or http://yoursite.com/?feed=rss2 (if you don’t use permalinks).
Some users already have an RSS viewer installed on their browsers, so their RSS feeds are already human-readable. However, most users (especially on Google Chrome or Apple Safari) do not have an RSS viewer. This plugin makes your RSS feeds accessible to those users.
Currently supported feed readers:
- Digg Reader
- AOL Reader
- The Old Reader
Currently supported sharing buttons:
- Click “Add New” in the plugins dashboard
- Search for “RSS Feed Styles”
- Click “Install Now”
- Activate the plugin
- How does this plugin style my RSS feeds?
RSS Feed Styles uses Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT) to format your RSS feed. It generates HTML from the RSS feeds. Nothing changes aside from appearance. RSS readers will still see the original XML feed.
- I installed the plugin, but it’s not doing anything
You may need to clear your cache and hard refresh the page. Also, this plugin may not work if your browser already has an RSS reader built-in. Try a different browser, perhaps a clean install of Chrome or Safari.
If this doesn’t work, please create a support ticket with your RSS feed’s URL and your WordPress installation’s version. Plugin conflicts and incorrect server configurations can cause issues.
Contributors and Developers
“RSS Feed Styles” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Updated for new WP version and added credits.
Added link to profile.
New WP version.
Minor bug fixes.
Fixed fatal error.
Fixed for version 4.8
- Initial release