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  • Hi to all! 🙂

    First off I would just like to say what a fab bit of kit WP is!! Thanks to all for contributing!

    Now, I have a question that I have been trying to solve all afternoon here, I have spent several hours trawling through posts to find a solution to my problem – but to know avail, so here goes.

    I’m using the FeedWordPress plug-in on one of my sites, and it works great! But, I’m trying to use one of the functions listed at to call the URI of the story pulled onto my blog.

    The code I am using is this, on my main page index template:
    <?php get_syndication_permalink() ?>

    Basically nothing happens at all – I’m sure I’m missing something and if anyone could point me in the right direction I would be very grateful!

    Cheers 🙂

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  • Hi, you also have to add:

    <?php the_syndication_permalink(); ?>


    <?php get_syndication_permalink(); ?> retrieves the value and <?php the_syndication_permalink(); ?> outputs that value.

    For example:

    <?php get_syndication_permalink(); ?>
    <?php get_syndication_source(); ?>
    <?php get_syndication_source_link(); ?>

    Read the <a href="<?php the_syndication_permalink(); ?>">Full Article</a> at <a href="<?php the_syndication_source_link(); ?>"><?php the_syndication_source(); ?></a>

    That’s how I do it anyway, works like a charm!

    this works well, but for some reason these links are not picked up in the RSS feeds. why is this?

    bump (sorry).

    i’m really curious about this though. is there a way to call in the link this way and have it appear in the RSS? possibly for podcasting?

    Anybody success in this mod?

    okay, I fixed the problem by adding the following codes to my single.php of the Presentation -> Theme Editor

    The code is :
    Read the “>Full Article at “><?php the_syndication_source(); ?>

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