Sorry about that: back to full feeds…

I somehow changed my feeds to crippled ones, which I hate when others do it, but since I rarely read my own feed, I never noticed… So dear readers: sorry about that, you’ll now get full feeds again!

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7 Responses

  1. Pocket SEOBy Pocket SEO on 15 October, 2007

    They look like partial feeds here. Is there a way to show full feeds while using the <!–more> tag? I want to change mine to a full feed also, but I use the “more” tag and “optional excerpt”.

  2. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 15 October, 2007

    Did you reload your (my) feed?

  3. Pocket SEOBy Pocket SEO on 15 October, 2007

    Yeah… reloaded. Also, viewed it at /feed.

  4. Dave DavisBy Dave Davis on 15 October, 2007

    Was about to email you over the weekend but assumed you were pi**ed that someone was stealing your content or something. It would be worth a note that I did read your short feeds but didn’t ONCE visit your site to read the rest. Full all the way.

  5. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 15 October, 2007

    @Dave: you’re getting full feeds like you should again now?

  6. Dave DavisBy Dave Davis on 15 October, 2007

    Well, the last three posts were too short to tell! Dive into your draft posts and give us our Joost content fix ;)

  7. GregBy Greg on 2 October, 2008

    Joost – I couldn’t find a place where you discuss this, but in your WordPress SEO article you mention placing text at the bottom of each post text that suggests “subscribe to my RSS feed”. I noticed on your blog that you have an RSS image and “Enjoyed this article?” with text allowing your users to sign up to your RSS feeds, etc. Do you have a WordPress plugin, or do you know of one, that would allow me to add something similar to my blog? I am using the FD Footnotes and can’t find anything compatible with that plugin and don’t want to have to change my page and post footer if at all possible. Thanks,

    Greg