RSS feeds don't work right when rendered
lawrence at userland.com
Thu May 5 19:11:41 PDT 2005
Were you using the rssLink macro?
From: manila-newbies-bounces at userland.com
[mailto:manila-newbies-bounces at userland.com] On Behalf Of Scott Granneman
Sent: May 5, 2005 3:05 PM
To: manila-newbies at userland.com
Subject: RSS feeds don't work right when rendered
This is a weird one.
I have two sites: a dynamic (& password-protected) Manila-powered news site
(http://dev.granneman.com) and a statically rendered Apache site
If you go to www.granneman.com, you'll notice that the news is in the center
column, with the orange RSS button at the top. If you subscribe to that RSS
feed, or if you just view the RSS feed iself, you'll see that all the posts
link back to dev.granneman.com! Needless to say, this doesn't work for my
readers, since dev is password-protected.
It was my understanding that rendering would not do this, that RSS posts &
feeds, along with everything else, would adopt the new, statically rendered
How do I fix my RSS feed so that links in it point to www.granneman.com
instead of dev.granneman.com? Is this a Manila bug?
I thought of running a cron job every minute that would do a find & replace
for dev.granneman.com & change it to www.granneman.com, but that seems just
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