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Rss feed and chrome issue

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  1. Rakesh
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    72 posts
    11 Jan 2011
    03 Dec 2011
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    I have added the rss feed control to my page and selected a blog as feed.

    In firefox their is no problem, on going to the feed.

    But chrome gives me a page whose screen shot is attached here.

    what is the mistake ? did I missed anything ? please help me..
  2. Tim
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    258 posts
    22 Jun 2011
    03 Dec 2011
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    Rakesh, Google Chrome doesn't have a built-in rss reader. That is normal behavior. Hope that helps!
  3. Moiz Ahmed
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    7 posts
    07 Oct 2012
    25 Jan 2012
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    Can I not show the content in a formalized manner like the other feeds display on chrome
    If possible please send the steps that I need to follow

    Thanks in advance

    please view the sample link. 
  4. Sonya
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    205 posts
    09 Dec 2016
    25 Jan 2012
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    Please try the following steps: 
    1. Go to Administration>Settings - click on Advanced link
    2. Go to Publishing and select Transform RSS XML to HTML option (see attached file)
    3. Save Changes 
    Note: you may need to reset your Website Project

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  5. gopalraman gopal
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    52 posts
    03 Dec 2009
    07 May 2012
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    Hi Sonya,

    After doing the settings change, rss feed is generated in html but there is no feed url?
    Please reply ASAP.


  6. Paul
    Paul avatar
    18 posts
    14 Jan 2011
    10 May 2012
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    as Tim mentioned Google Chrome Browser does not have a built-in RSS reader... unfortunately.

    But, Google provides an add-on which you can find here. This might help you:
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