To enable creation of the RSS Feed, using the default
hexo install and
landscape theme, it is necessary to add the hexo-feed-generator plugin.
Landscape requires Hexo 2.4 and above. If you would like to enable the RSS, the hexo-generate-feed plugin is also required.
themes/landscape/_config.yml there is one setting for RSS.
For Spanner Wingnut, the names are customized to avoid conflicts with side-by-side installation of older (and someday newer) editions of the blog.
It appears that the
rss property, there, is for the menu button rather than anything to do with generation of the feed.
In accordance with the hexo-generator-feed README, it is sufficient to configure the plugin at the top-level
config.yml. For Spanner Wingnut, the feed will include full content of pages without limit on the number of posts in the feed.
# RSS Feed # 0.0.10
The RSS button in the top right corner of the banner accesses the generated feed.
The feed format is acceptable to browsers and also feed readers, such as FeedDemon.
The exhibited excerpts are provided by the feed reader. The expanded view is available directly without having to go to the Internet for the actual post.
The Atom XML stream provides great detail.
Updated dates are reported
Updates to older posts are reflected in the latest stream
Metadata includes information about categories and tags used on the post
The content of the post is in a CDATA block. Styling information is not perpetuated, so highlighting in code blocks is not available and blockquote styling will be the default behavior of the feed reader.
Images, including screen captures, are perpetuated properly. This is an alternative where code blocks do not provide what is desired in the RSS. Fancybox viewing is not available, however.
Gallery posts lose the gallery in the RSS.
Pull quotes appear as if they are simply preceding block quotes.
no-title and link-title conditions of the original post are not perpetuated. The RSS feed title links to the actual post, and a title is fabricated from a blog-text heading if necessary.
Previous unit test posts are now updated to reflect limitations that apply to RSS of the subject features.