Date Published: July 29, 2020
An RSS (really simple syndication) feed allows users using an RSS reader to subscribe to content and be notified when new content is added to a site. I've now added autodiscovery capability to my RSS feed.
To see my original post on adding an RSS feed to your Gatsby Site, click here.
To see my post on limiting the number of items in your RSS feed, click here.
You can add my blog by pasting the following URL into your reader: https://ilyana.dev/rss.xml
Adding RSS autodiscovery to a Gatsby blog that already has an RSS feed requires minimal effort - the addition of a single HTML element.
Here is my GitHub commit showing the change I had to make to enable RSS autodiscovery. You'll also notice a slight change to a blog post; this is merely a typo correction and is irrelevant to the RSS.
It took me awhile to figure out how to do this, and I had to examine a number of sources, but here are the ones I found most useful:
Thanks for reading! I hope you find this and other articles here at ilyanaDev helpful! Be sure to follow me on Twitter @ilyanaDev.