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  • I recently built the blog with WP 3.8 and
    Customizr 3.15

    When the installation is fresh the RSS feed works but as I develop the site, the RSS faulters and now I have “feed no longer exists”

    I use the a few standard plugins like SEO all in one, Google analytics, and Visual Composer.

    This seems to be a frequent problem but I have never seen a robust solution posted.

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  • It seems to be linked to “rss2” (which wouldn’t exist by default, I guess.

    What is it set to in Customiz’it! > Social links?

    Hi EF-

    I have tried “rss”, “rss2”, “atom” and all fail.
    Yes, the default is “rss” and that worked for awhile then not.

    The generic advice is to deactivate plugins but I need the few plugins.

    How do people using Customizr setup for a robust RSS feed?

    Below is list of my plugins



    Select All



    Select Akismet


    Activate | Edit | Delete

    Used by millions, Akismet is quite possibly the best way in the world to protect your blog from comment and trackback spam. It keeps your site protected from spam even while you sleep. To get started: 1) Click the “Activate” link to the left of this description, 2) Sign up for an Akismet API key, and 3) Go to your Akismet configuration page, and save your API key.

    Version 2.5.9 | By Automattic | Visit plugin site

    Select All In One SEO Pack

    All In One SEO Pack

    Deactivate | Edit

    Out-of-the-box SEO for your WordPress blog. Options configuration panel | Upgrade to Pro Version | Donate | Support | Amazon Wishlist

    Version 2.1.1 | By Michael Torbert | Visit plugin site

    Select Google Analytics

    Google Analytics

    Deactivate | Edit

    Enables Google Analytics on all pages.

    Version 1.0.5 | By Kevin Sylvestre | Visit plugin site

    Select Google XML Sitemaps

    Google XML Sitemaps

    Deactivate | Edit

    This plugin will generate a special XML sitemap which will help search engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing and to better index your blog.

    Version 3.4 | By Arne Brachhold | Visit plugin site | Settings | FAQ | Support | Donate

    Select Hello Dolly

    Hello Dolly

    Activate | Edit | Delete

    This is not just a plugin, it symbolizes the hope and enthusiasm of an entire generation summed up in two words sung most famously by Louis Armstrong: Hello, Dolly. When activated you will randomly see a lyric from Hello, Dolly in the upper right of your admin screen on every page.

    Version 1.6 | By Matt Mullenweg | Visit plugin site

    Select Shortcodes Ultimate

    Shortcodes Ultimate

    Deactivate | Edit | Where to start?

    Supercharge your WordPress theme with mega pack of shortcodes

    Version 4.5.3 | By Vladimir Anokhin | Project homepage | Support forum | Changelog

    Select W3 Total Cache

    W3 Total Cache

    Activate | Edit | Delete

    The highest rated and most complete WordPress performance plugin. Dramatically improve the speed and user experience of your site. Add browser, page, object and database caching as well as minify and content delivery network (CDN) to WordPress.

    Version 0.9.3 | By Frederick Townes | Visit plugin site

    Select WordPress Social Ring

    WordPress Social Ring

    Deactivate | Edit

    Let visitors share posts/pages on Social Networks.

    Version 1.2.3 | By Niccolรฒ Tapparo | Visit plugin site

    Select WPBakery Visual Composer

    WPBakery Visual Composer

    Deactivate | Edit

    Drag and drop page builder for WordPress. Take full control over your WordPress site, build any layout you can imagine โ€“ no programming knowledge required.

    Version 3.7.3 | By Michael M – | Visit plugin site

    You’re the first person to report a problem with the rss, to my knowledge. The generic advice is to deactivate the plugins in order to troubleshoot. You then switch them back on one by one to find out which is causing the problem. No one is suggesting you switch them all off permanently.

    When you get lots of code — theme, plugins, functions, etc — in the same site, it’s almost inevitable that they will clash in some way (using the same function names, for example). Temporarily removing them all from the equation and adding them back in one by one is the only way to figure out what’s happening and where the problem lies.

    Once you’ve worked out which plugin has a conflict, then either the theme author or the plugin author needs to adapt their code for the other. Then it’s a bit like two vehicles going down a narrow street. One has to reverse, but which one? ๐Ÿ™‚ Alternatively, you simply use a different plugin that has the same functionality, but which is unlikely to cause the same problem.

    EF- Thanks but I am far from first person to have this problem with WP.

    Maybe with Customizr + WP, I don’t know.
    But I have deactivated all the plug-ins and problem persists.

    Maybe Nikeo can weigh in on this. I think Customizr is great, better then themes I have paid for but there is this one problem

    OK, next step: do you still have the problem if you activate the twentytwelve theme?

    Tried the twentytwelve and same issue with it: “feed no longer exists”

    So it’s not a customizr issue, then, but is probably one of your plugins or your installation.

    Yes, but I deactivated all plugin and problem persists.

    Sure. What I’m saying is that it’s an issue with your installation, not with the Customizr theme.

    You’ll probably get a better response if you post in the general WordPress forum, rather than in this corner of their universe ๐Ÿ™‚

    I too had this problem in Customizr. I used the Twenty Twelve theme with zero plugins and the problem still persisted. It turned out that I have a site with no posts – just Pages. As soon as I created a post, the RSS link worked.

    Ooh! Thanks for that an52 ๐Ÿ™‚

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