Updated on Dec 6, 2022
You will encounter a situation where you would like your website to offer RSS feeds to the user browsing the website at some point in its development. WordPress has fortunately already incorporated RSS feeds that you may utilize right away.
The feeds for the posts on your website are available for use at the following locations:
By simply substituting the "example.com" domain from the aforementioned provided links with the actual domain name you are using for your WordPress installation, you may use the feeds directly. Keep in mind that you must specify the URL for your RSS feed if your website is stored inside a subfolder.
If you have enabled the SEO-friendly URLs(permalinks) for your WordPress installation, then the above URLs will redirect to SEO-friendly URLs(permalinks) like the following:
You can directly supply your customers with these links after you replace the “example.com” domain with your actual domain name so they can read the RSS feeds to their readers.
If you would like to provide feeds for the comments on your website, you can use the following URL:
Another type of RSS feeds are the feeds concerning comments related to certain posts. If you would like to provide your customers with such option you will need to use the following URL:
Here you should replace the “post-name” part of the URL with the actual post name for which this RSS feed will report newly added comments.
Congratulations, now you know how to set up RSS Feeds in WordPress!