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Edit RSS export feed main title

Edit RSS export feed main title

Tuesday 29 November 2011 7:39:03 pm - 2 replies

Hi. The RSS created by EZ 4.4 is great. The only problem is it is fetching the whole route in the title so it will say something like:

"Frontpage / Folder / Subfolder / News title"

and then the note... this is causing some SEO problems in Google News... does anybody know what am I doing wrong? How can I fix this?


Thanks you.

Wednesday 30 November 2011 9:09:49 am

Hello Luis,

You have a couple of options available but most of them include you recreating the functionality your replacing either in a module view (many customers prefer this for PHP performance gains), or /layout/set templates (i've written a lot of rss feeds for eZ this way as well), and finally with some amount of work if I remember correctly you can also create a copy of the default rss module in an extension to customize it as needed (depending on your specific requirements and use case, you may be able to only override a few key base rss classes and not the whole module view btw).


I do not recall any rss feed settings regarding the title text composition you describe. I checked the admin too but didn't see anything even closely related. I can't seem to think of any related rss settings.


I hope this helps ...



Modified on Wednesday 30 November 2011 9:11:56 am by // Heath

Thursday 02 February 2012 1:01:29 am

Heath, thanks for the answer. I will try to respond all my posts to help others find their answers.

I know came to understand that the structure I stated above:

"Frontpage / Folder / Subfolder / News title" 

comes from the meta Title structure (inverse) so I think I should edit that part instead am I right?


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