I have one basic question. How to use RSS Feed?
This is a great question, because I have seen some really jacked RSS configurations out there.
Basically, WordPress creates an RSS feed automatically–it’s part of the WP code. To get to your feed, just add “/feed/” to your URL, and enter that in whatever program you use as a feedreader.
I use Firefox as a feedreader. It’s much better than Safari, and light years ahead of any web-based feed readers I’ve seen out there. I’ve had none of the feed issues that other people have been mentioning here since the 1.6 upgrade.
The advantage of this method is that you can also add feeds for categories and tags. For example, if you have a category called “oceans”, then the feed for that category is “http://www.example.com/category/oceans/feed/”. I use this a lot on the front page of my blog. Check it out (in Firefox, of course) and click on any of the RSS feed buttons there.
Replace the contents of
/graphene/includes/theme-head.phpwith this updated one
I’m having the same problem, tried updating with the fix and now get this message, can’t log in at all:
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_ELSEIF in /home/content/02/5392802/html/bike/wp-content/themes/graphene/includes/theme-head.php on line 1
Please, please help…
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