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Feedproxy Resolver


I do not want to see google feedproxy links inside posts. I do not want to get tracked by google and hate such things. Unfortunately some blogger use it (their choise), so linking to their posts requires work to ‘free’ the links. Stupid task (copy to browser, copy new url), that can get scripted very easy.

FeedproxyResolver tries to do this, by looking over new posts (by a regex), do a curl request for every found feedproxy link and replace the link with the ‘correct’ one (http header redirect_url).


Copy feedproxyResolver.php.php to wp-content/plugins and activate it. You need to have installed curl support for php.

See settings/Feedp Resolver


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  • add parameter replacement modes and setting page


  • first stable