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[Plugin: FD Feedburner Plugin] Feed for Author

  • To accomodating author feed into feedburner with this plugin, I added this code:

    // Get author
    	$author = null;
    	if ($wp->query_vars['author_name'] != null) {
    		$author = $wp->query_vars['author_name'];
    	}
    	if ($author) {
    		$feed_url .= '_author_'.$author;
    	}

    After this line:

    // Get tag
    	$tag = null;
    	if ($wp->query_vars['tag'] != null) {
    		$tag = $wp->query_vars['tag'];
    	}
    	if ($options['feedburner_append_cats'] == 1 && $tag) {
    		$feed_url .= '_'.$tag;
    	}
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  • in file fdfeedbuner.php

    Awesome! I disabled the plugin because of that, I can now have it enabled again.

    Thanks!

    I need code which will allow me to NOT redirect author feeds to feedburner. Help!

    Same here, is there any way to use this plugin but still retain individual author feeds?

    Thanks!

    phmadore and evanw, here’s what I did to retain individual author feeds while using this plugin…

    Open up the main plugin file (FeedBurner_FeedSmith_Plugin.php) and edit the function called ol_feed_redirect() starting on line 109. Just add a conditional && !is_author() to the first portion of the if statement so it looks like this:

    function ol_feed_redirect() {
    	global $wp, $feedburner_settings, $feed, $withcomments;
            if (is_feed() && $feed != 'comments-rss2' && !is_single() && !is_author() && $wp->query_vars['category_name'] == '' && ($withcomments != 1) && trim($feedburner_settings['feedburner_url']) != '') {

    That did the trick for me.

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