Instructions on how to start a blog include the advice to "include a prominent link to the RSS feed near the top of your blog." However, I couldn't find documentation on where the RSS feed might be found. Perhaps I'm missing something obvious. I had to look at the source code for our blog, and I found it there. Our blog is at www.lagreens.org/news and the RSS feed is at www.lagreens.org/news.rss
Great. So now — how do I add a prominent link near the top of the blog?
This should be easy.
But I'm stumped.
This can be done by creating a custom page template for your /news page. To do this, you can navigate to the news page in your control panel and click on the "Template" tab, choosing the option to create a custom template. I have done this for you and placed the following code on line 1 of that template:
<center><a href="http://www.lagreens.org/news.rss" class="button" style="margin-bottom:40px; font-size: 20px;">Click here for RSS Feed</a></center>
Because I did not publish the changes, it will not show up on your live site until you click "Save and publish changes". If you'd like to preview it first, you can do so using the "Preview" button.
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