24 Jun 2014 11:12 AM #1
Sencha blog in Feedly
Is there anything you can do on your end to improve the readability of the Sencha blog on Feedly? Here's what it looks like:
30 Jun 2014 4:59 AM #2
Is your complaint mainly about the HTML-encoded special characters? Or is there something I'm missing?
30 Jun 2014 5:15 AM #3
Hi Art - yeah - just the encoding issue. Just wondering if there's anything you guys can do to fix that. I follow a ton of blogs and the Sencha blog is the only one that has this issue in Feedly.
30 Jun 2014 5:25 AM #4
I'll look into it... honestly I'm not sure what power our CMS gives us over the RSS output, but I'll turn a few knobs to see if it helps.
For reference what's the RSS feed you're using? I pulled up http://feeds.feedburner.com/SenchaBlog where I see the HTML-encoded stuff, so I just want to be sure I'm looking at the right thing.
30 Jun 2014 5:47 AM #5
30 Jun 2014 5:58 AM #6
Feedburner may do an auto-redirect or something, I don't exactly know how it or Feedly works so I've asked our Website team to investigate.
6 Jul 2014 4:27 AM #7
Art, the latest post about DeftJS (originally posted on 6/24 but reposted on 7/4) looks good - no more HTML-encoded special characters. Good job!