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June 2, 2011
12:36 am
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I am syndicating this feed: Login to see this link.

The URL to the site I am syndicating from gets lost, because it becomes the post title. What I need to do is add it back into the content area of the post.

 

Inside the feed there is a <link> tag that contains a url I can use after I append a parameter to the end. I just dont know how or where to do this.

I would also like to ad images and additional content to the post body as well.

Any help is appreciated

June 2, 2011
12:18 pm
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There are two methods to do so. First one is the simplest. Go to your feed settings page and insert the following line into the “Headers Footers” or “Post Footers” field:

<p align=”center”><a href=”####post_link####”>CLICK HERE TO READ MORE</a></p>

The second way is more complex because it requires some basic HTML knowledge, but it's also more powerful because it allows your to do almost everything with the syndicating post's content (link keywords etc). Below is the simple script which you have to put into the “PHP Code <?php .. ?>” field to achieve the same effect as if you were using “Post Footers” as shown above:

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June 2, 2011
10:56 pm
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admin said:

There are two methods to do so. First one is the simplest. Go to your feed settings page and insert the following line into the “Headers Footers” or “Post Footers” field:

<p align=”center”><a href=”####post_link####”>CLICK HERE TO READ MORE</a></p>

The second way is more complex because it requires some basic HTML knowledge, but it's also more powerful because it allows your to do almost everything with the syndicating post's content (link keywords etc). Below is the simple script which you have to put into the “PHP Code <?php .. ?>” field to achieve the same effect as if you were using “Post Footers” as shown above:

Login to see the code.

June 2, 2011
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Oops there is an error in my code above. Its should be changed like this:

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