feed:// creating 404
I was looking through my logs, and feed://… (at the bottom of evory page using the default template) is creating 404 errors for search engine spiders. (they access it as http://www.mydomain/category/feed://www.mydomain.com/category…)
What kind of software is needed to view the feed:// protocal? I use the Thunderbird feedreader and those likes don’t work in my browser either.
Should I just remove the feed:// or make a mod-rewrite to redirect http://www.mydomain/category/feed://www.mydomain.com/category to the regular feed location?
Thanks for your input!
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