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Customize/Remove the "add a comment" image in RSS view?

  1. If you subscribe to your WordPress in an RSS reader (like Google Reader or NetNewsWire), the below is added below each post as an image:

    "Add a comment"
    "Tweet this"
    "Add to facebook"

    Problem is, it's really basic and clashes with the design of everything else.

    Anyone know if this can be removed/customized?

    The blog I need help with is

  2. @saralalala
    You are pointing to a site that's not a free blog being free hosted by vs The Differences

  3. Yes, my blog is a free blog hosted by, and i've imported the RSS feed to ProSite to demonstrate that the social media links generated by are styled incorrectly.

    (ProSite is an online portfolio builder that allows you to import your wordpress blog via the RSS feed)

  4. Okay. I comprehend now. The bottom line is we users can only control what we find here .
    Settings > Reading
    Enhanced Feeds
    Add to each article in your feed:
    Comment count

    We cannot change:
    "Add a comment"
    "Tweet this"
    "Add to facebook"

    If you want to contact Staff here’s the link After you use the searchbox, under the search results, at the bottom of the page there will be a section that says “Have you found the answer to your question?” You can choose either “Yes I found the answer to my question.” or “No I didn’t find the answer to my question and I would like to contact support for help.” The no option will reveal the contact form.

  5. Hi - thanks for the help! I don't see the message that says "Have you found the answer to your question..."

    Is is on the main results page after using the search box or do you have to click inot a question and find it?

  6. This is what I see at that link today:

    Support is closed while the company meets up and works together for the next week. We will be back on October 29th.

    I will flag this thread for Staff attention. Please be patient while waiting for a response.

  7. What comes out of wordpress is a straight, simple RSS feed. Styling for the most part is done by whatever is receiving and displaying that feed. Look at your feed in several different programs and you will see what I mean. Google Reader will show it one way, other aggregators will style it their way, and so will browsers.

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