Hi, I’m in the process of migrating from Ghost to Hugo. On Ghost my RSS feed is on the route
/rss/ without any file name or extension. I’d like to not break my RSS feed in the migration but can’t figure out how to get RSS to render in hugo with that URL.
I’ve tried creating the file
description = ""
draft = false
slug = "rss"
title = "RSS Feed"
type = "rss"
kind = "rss"
outputs = ["RSS"]
And then in my theme having a
/layouts/rss/section.xml file (I’ve also tried with
rss.xml) to render.
I’ve also tried adding an output format in my
rss = ["RSS"]
But the best result I’ve got is the
/rss/ route rendering html in my site layout. I’ve got the RSS feed working on
/index.xml but that’s not what I want. I don’t see a way to add a folder level redirect either.
Anyone know how to do this?
If your server/host supports it, create a 301 redirect from old to new.
you can define the RSS file in your config (here from config.toml)
mediaType = "application/rss+xml"
baseName = "feeds/feed.rss"
rel = "alternate"
isPlainText = false
isHTML = false
noUgly = true
Set feed.rss to your old name!
Trying the baseName as
/rss/ all result in a 404 for the
/rss/ route. It’s looking for the file extension it looks like.
Hugo feeds don’t work without extensions. I also learnt that when I moved a WP site to Hugo. Just redirect the old URL to the new one.
To get the right file from a directory, you must configure your http server.
ex in Apache, must adjust the right dir and file names!
you must use the name of the generated rss file in the server config - or fit it in HUGO
Im my hugo sample are 3 different feeds RSS/ATOM/JSON
take what you need
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