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By: WordCamp Israel WordPress Tips Talk « Lorelle on WordPress

Tue, 11 Jun 2013 03:58:14 +0000

[…] Feeds Change How You Write Links […]


Thu, 29 Nov 2007 14:46:23 +0000

I went and fixed all the links in my previous posts and then deleted all the trackback comments that got added.

By: Use absolute links when RSS is involved « A Guilty Pleasure

Mon, 23 Jul 2007 13:44:16 +0000

[...] Feeds Change How You Write Links « Lorelle on WordPress [...]

By: Roman

Sun, 15 Jul 2007 08:04:08 +0000

Yes, that's true. We also can't use relative links, because a link to the same file can be found in different pages, like: and

By: Alison

Wed, 23 May 2007 03:54:23 +0000

Otto, Thanks for the tip. I am using the plugin you suggested and it works!

By: Dan Chase

Sun, 20 May 2007 12:52:04 +0000

Having relative URLs in your RSS feed is a sign of a problem with the RSS generation. It should automatically prepend your site address including 'http://'. This is part of the RSS standard, as it is well known that relative URLs are useless in that context. You might want to use: . Within your site, best practices for links is to always use relative links for your own materials. While most of us never move our sites, it will still prevent the problem that Allison mentions with pingbacks.