October 3, 2012

How to Create WordPress Category RSS Feeds

Here’s a fun fact I bet you didn’t know: WordPress provides built-in feeds for every category, tag, comment, post, author, and even search result. The problem is, how do WordPress users know where the feeds are and how to utilize them? Well, unless your theme already has this setup, you really don’t. This tutorial will show you…

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