Syndicated Post InfoApril 29, 2015 / byST_Admin / Categories :
What is an RSS feed?
RSS (Rich Site Summary) (also know as Really Simple Syndication) is something your blog software provides by default. It’s something you can customize on your end depending on your blog software
Some options include: Full or Partial Posts, Number of posts in the feed, Images or no images, etc.
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Stitchtalk.com subscribes to your content through an RSS feed that YOU are providing to the public. Stitchtalk.com uses the FeedWordPress plugin to Syndicate our favorite Sewing related Blogs. It’s a free wordpress plugin available through the plugins tab in wordpress.
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