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WordPress RSS Feed Reference
WordPress makes an RSS feed for just about anything on your website. WordPress RSS feeds allow you to streamline the creation and automation of content email campaigns. Here, we’ll show you how to find many different WordPress RSS feeds for your website.
Here’s what the WordPress RSS feed URL will typically look like for finding content in one specific category.
For example, if you were looking for FeedOtter’s blog content in the category best practices, the RSS feed would look like this.
You can also combine multiple categories and see content from more than one category.
For example, if you were wanting FeedOtter’s blog content for the categories best practices and how to, it would look like this.
If you were wanting only the content that falls in all the categories listed, your WordPress RSS feed will look like this.
So, if you were only wanting the content that fell under best practices and how to, this is the RSS feed URL.
Not only can you find specific category RSS feeds, you can also find your WordPress RSS feed for specific tags on your content.
Here’s what the feed URL will look like for one specific tag.
For example, looking for our content tagged Pardot?
If you’re looking for content from one of multiple tags, use this URL.
So, if you were looking for content with a pardot or automation, try this.
Or, if you were wanting content with both tags:
You can also find content by the RSS feed that falls into a specific category and has specific tags like so:
For example, if you’re wanting FeedOtter’s b2b resources category with the tag Pardot you would use:
If you have custom post types that you are wanting to single out in your RSS feed, you can use these url formats.
http://www.example.com/feed/?post_type=<your custom post type name>
Here’s a great example:
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