If someone using any browser other than chrome clicks on that link, they will see an RSS feed for your site content that they can subscribe to if they wish.
Chrome does not have a built-in RSS reader, so all you get is the raw source file shown to you. Why in the world Google would do this will go down in history as perhaps the greatest mystery ever.
If someone has Chrome, they either have to find an RSS feed plugin, or they have to view your RSS feed through some third-party RSS feed aggregator such as Google Reader. There are some RSS plugins for Chrome. You can “google” to find them if you are interested in installing one.
Do you happen to have the answer to my first question before this one I posted about TAGGING. No one has responded as yet. Do you know what tagging is? When another author says I tagged your site (not mine). What does that mean and if there is something for me to do so people could tag my blog?
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