This plugin detects native WordPress feeds and redirects them to your FeedBurner, FeedPress, or FeedBlitz feed so you can track your subscribers.
Option 1: Install the plugin directly through the WordPress Admin Dashboard (Recommended)
Go to Plugins -> Add New.
Type RS FeedBurner into the Search box, and click Search Plugins.
When the results are displayed, click Install Now.
When it says the plugin has successfully installed, click Activate Plugin to activate the plugin (or you can do this on the Plugins page).
Option 2: Install .zip file through WordPress Admin Dashboard
Go to Plugins -> Add New -> Upload.
Click Choose File and find
rs-feedburner.zip on your computer's hard drive.
Click Install Now.
Click Activate Plugin to activate the plugin (or you can do this on the Plugins page).
Option 3: Install .zip file through an FTP Client (Recommended for Advanced Users Only)
After downloading, unzip file and use an FTP client to upload the enclosed
rs-feedburner directory to your WordPress plugins directory (usually
/wp-content/plugins/) on your web server.
Go to your Plugins page in the WordPress Admin Dashboard, and find this plugin in the list.
Click Activate to activate the plugin.
Go to the options page and enter the URL of your FeedBurner, FeedPress, or FeedBlitz feed, and click Save Settings.
You can optionally enter your comments feed url on FeedBurner, FeedPress, or FeedBlitz if you have one setup.
You are good to go...it's that easy.
Important: If you are using a caching plugin, you will need to set it to not cache your feeds. (Cache plugins usually have an "exclude" setting so you can specify which pages won't be cached.)
This plugin has not been designed specifically for use with Multisite. It can be used in Multisite if activated per site, but should not be Network Activated. As with any plugin, test and make sure it works with your particular setup before using on a production site.
For more info and full documentation, visit the RS FeedBurner homepage.
Requires: 3.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.1.1
Last Updated: 2015-4-16
Active Installs: 7,000+
2 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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