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Improve your RSS: for full text feeds, replace large site images with email friendly images. Customize summaries with images and beautiful excerpts. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Improve your RSS: for full text feeds, replace large site images with email friendly images. Customize summaries with images and beautiful excerpts.
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Send Images to RSS
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<em>Send Images to RSS</em> works best with images uploaded through your WordPress website, because WordPress automatically creates the correct size images needed. However, the plugin will add inline styling to all images to attempt to make them fit your email template. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<em>Send Images to RSS</em> works best with images uploaded through your WordPress website, because WordPress automatically creates the correct size images needed. However, the plugin will add inline styling to all images to attempt to make them fit your email template.
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If you have added the featured image to your feed excerpt using your own functions, or another plugin, you will need to get rid of that before using this plugin, or select "No Image" for the Featured Image Size. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you have added the featured image to your feed excerpt using your own functions, or another plugin, you will need to get rid of that before using this plugin, or select "No Image" for the Featured Image Size.
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If you used the filter to set this up in earlier versions of the plugin, you can leave the filter in place, and it will continue to work, or you can remove it and use this setting instead. The filter will always override the option on the settings page. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you used the filter to set this up in earlier versions of the plugin, you can leave the filter in place, and it will continue to work, or you can remove it and use this setting instead. The filter will always override the option on the settings page.
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As of version 3.1.1, you can do this on the plugin settings page. Make sure your feed settings are set to <strong>full text</strong>, and then check the "Process Both Feeds" setting. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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As of version 3.1.1, you can do this on the plugin settings page. Make sure your feed settings are set to <strong>full text</strong>, and then check the "Process Both Feeds" setting.
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If your site's feed settings are set to Summary instead of Full Text, the featured image (or first image) will be added to each post. As of version 3.1.0, you can now add your post's featured image to the full text feed as well. If you use this setting, please double check your feed (again) to make sure you don't have duplicate featured images, as some themes and plugins do this as well. (If you are a <em>Display Featured Image for Genesis</em> user, I've got you covered--this setting will not work until you've deactivated this setting in that plugin.) You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If your site's feed settings are set to Summary instead of Full Text, the featured image (or first image) will be added to each post. As of version 3.1.0, you can now add your post's featured image to the full text feed as well. If you use this setting, please double check your feed (again) to make sure you don't have duplicate featured images, as some themes and plugins do this as well. (If you are a <em>Display Featured Image for Genesis</em> user, I've got you covered--this setting will not work until you've deactivated this setting in that plugin.)
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What about featured images? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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What about featured images?
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For full text feeds, this plugin will not duplicate featured images if they are being added by <em>Display Featured Image for Genesis</em>--you will want to disable that feature in <em>Display Featured Image for Genesis</em>. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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For full text feeds, this plugin will not duplicate featured images if they are being added by <em>Display Featured Image for Genesis</em>--you will want to disable that feature in <em>Display Featured Image for Genesis</em>.
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The filter for captions is <code>send_images_rss_caption_style</code>, but takes the same arguments as above. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The filter for captions is <code>send_images_rss_caption_style</code>, but takes the same arguments as above.
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You can also filter styling for images with captions, or images which do not have an email size version generated for some reason. I would look into <code>/includes/class-sendimagesrss-feed-fixer.php</code> to really examine the filters, but here's a quick example for the images: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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You can also filter styling for images with captions, or images which do not have an email size version generated for some reason. I would look into <code>/includes/class-sendimagesrss-feed-fixer.php</code> to really examine the filters, but here's a quick example for the images:
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Yes, there sure is. To modify large/email size images, use a filter like this: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Yes, there sure is. To modify large/email size images, use a filter like this:
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If you use native WordPress galleries in your posts, they're sent to your feed as thumbnails. Even if you do not use an RSS/email service, you can still use this plugin to sort out your galleries for subscribers who use an RSS reader. If you select Simplify Feed, your galleries will be converted, but there will not be an email sized image created, and no alternate feed will be created. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you use native WordPress galleries in your posts, they're sent to your feed as thumbnails. Even if you do not use an RSS/email service, you can still use this plugin to sort out your galleries for subscribers who use an RSS reader. If you select Simplify Feed, your galleries will be converted, but there will not be an email sized image created, and no alternate feed will be created.
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If this happens, your permalink for the new feed may not have been updated. Visit Settings &gt; Permalinks in your admin. Save Changes if you like, and refresh your feed page. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If this happens, your permalink for the new feed may not have been updated. Visit Settings &gt; Permalinks in your admin. Save Changes if you like, and refresh your feed page.
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Because I use Feedly, and as a former photographer, it bothers me to see the freshly rendered email sized images blown up and soft to fit Feedly/Feedburner specs. So this gives you the option of having your main feed(s) with large images (galleries will be converted, too), but a special email-only feed which you can use with an email service like MailChimp, Campaign Monitor, or FeedBurner. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Because I use Feedly, and as a former photographer, it bothers me to see the freshly rendered email sized images blown up and soft to fit Feedly/Feedburner specs. So this gives you the option of having your main feed(s) with large images (galleries will be converted, too), but a special email-only feed which you can use with an email service like MailChimp, Campaign Monitor, or FeedBurner.
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