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06/25/2008 04:32:52 PM (12 years ago)
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lloydbudd
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  • Ticket #7182

    • Property Priority changed from normal to low
    • Property Milestone changed from 2.6 to 2.7
    • Property Severity changed from normal to minor
    • Property Summary changed from URLs of RSS Feeds Do Not Redirect Properly with Pretty Permalinks to feeds aren't canonical
  • Ticket #7182 – Description

    initial v1  
    1 URLs of RSS feeds do not redirect properly with pretty permalinks. The URLs for the RSS feeds - both posts and comments - do not redirect as intended. The following error only occurs with 'pretty' permalinks enabled. My specific testing involved the "Day and name" option.
     1Pretty permalink feeds aren't canonical.
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    3 The issue is evident when pointing your browser to "http://www.example.com/feed". The expected outcome is for the browser to display, upon load, the correct URL, or "http://www.example.com/feed/" Instead, the address bar will remain populated with the address that you entered (i.e. no "/" added).
     3ENV: WP trunk r8190 (2.6-beta1)
     4Browser: Firefox/3.0
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    5 The issue is only evident with the RSS feed URLs. For instance, pointing your browser to "http://www.example.com/page" will yield the correct outcome, and redirect to "http://www.example.com/page/". The same goes for categories, posts, etc.
     6The canonical URL for the feeds - both posts and comments - is not
     7working as intended. The following error only occurs with 'pretty'
     8permalinks enabled. My specific testing involved the "Day and name"
     9option.
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    7 Version: 2.6-beta1
    8 Rev: 8190
    9 Browser: Firefox/3.0
     11The issue is evident when pointing your browser to "http://www.example.com/feed". The expected outcome is for the browser to display, upon load, the canonical URL, or
     12"http://www.example.com/feed/" Instead, the address bar will remain
     13populated with the address that you entered (i.e. no "/" added).
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     15The issue is only evident with the feed URLs. For instance, pointing
     16your browser to "http://www.example.com/page" will yield the correct
     17outcome, and redirect to "http://www.example.com/page/". The same goes for categories, posts, etc.