Aligning Images in RSS Feeds [How-to]

rss-icon3(2)If you are a web master owning one or more blog(s), then you must have surely come across the question on how to align images of your blog posts in RSS Feeds in the same way it appears on your blog. Then here is a plugin that would help you align images even in feed reader. 🙂

Whenever any images are inserted on a post, then the alignment of the feeds does not appear in the same way it is being aligned on the post.

feed_image allignmentFor example, in the above image, you can view non-aligned image on the left hand part and on the right hand side, there’s an example of how aligned images would look like in feed reader. So, of course you as a feed reader will definitely like to read blogs as in the second case.

To do this, just install RSS Image Align Plugin for wordpress and you are done.  Hence forth all the images on feed reader would be aligned and would look same as in your blog posts.

Link: RSS Image Align Plugin

Published by Deepak Jain

Deepak Jain is passionate about technology and mobile phones. He is the founder & executive editor at Mobile Gyaan and Editor-at-Large of this blog.

4 replies on “Aligning Images in RSS Feeds [How-to]”

  1. Thanks mate. I had no idea about this thing. In fact I am not serious about my RSS feed at all. Concept in my mind is that I have to work on my blog, after publishing posts they will appear in my RSS feeds. Now people who have subscribed to my feed will get them.

    My blog’s RSS is posting just a few part from my posts (Summary). Which means if you like the thing, you have to land on my blog to read the full post. So, if they are coming on my blog finally, why would I mind to do nice things on those feed images?

    Kindly correct me if I am wrong.

    1. @Solid Blogger
      This is useful for bloggers publishing full feeds.
      On personal note, barring one exception, I never subscribed to any partial feed.

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