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[Resolved] Invisible tracking pixel in RSS feed

  • muskie
    Member

    @muskie

    I’ve had nothing but grief trying to get my featured image in my RSS feed as a proper thumbnail in a proper enclosure. I wrote some code that looks at the images in the feed itself and noticed another invisible gif put in by your plugin in my RSS feeds. Is there anyway to turn this off?

    It was bad enough that the invisible image was having a border applied to it by my WordPress Theme’s CSS, but once in the feed who knows where your tracking pixel will end up.

    I can turn related posts off in RSS feeds, will that get rid of the tracking pixel?

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/yet-another-related-posts-plugin/

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  • muskie
    Member

    @muskie

    I’ve discovered that if I don’t send stats back, I get no invisible pixels. This is good, I want to send stats, but I don’t want them in my RSS feed, if you had that option I’d use it.

    I can’t send just stats for my blog apparently.

    Cheers,

    Plugin Author jeffparker
    Member

    @jeffparker

    Again, I’ll keep these comments in mind for possible future enhancements. Thanks!

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