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Adding RSS FEED Image- Confused

  • Hi there

    I have read a few posts on the subject of adding a graphic image to the sidebar so others can pick up my RSS feed.

    The confusion is amazing. Perhaps as new versions of WP are releases all post referencing older versions should be archived as they only lead to the confusion.

    I looked in examples and found this which I thought was the most relevant


  • title=”<?php _e(‘Syndicate this site using RSS’); ?>”>
    <img src=”http://example.com/graphics/icons/rssfeed20.gif”
    alt=”RSS Feed 2.0″ height=”20″ width=”75″ />
  • However I looked through index.php and sidebar.php, them rss-feeds.php and some other files and cannot find anywhere to edit this code on the pages or how I should add it into my sidebar.

    I looked at the sidebar.php and see where I could insert the list under the valid xhtml links on my current side bar but I would like the RSS feed image to be seperate from the sections near the top of the sidebar.

    Can anyone explain how to add this code in and on which page I would do so?? I am using the most recent WP release as far as I can tell.

    Thank you

    Clint

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