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Thanks, Bjorn! It sounds like an embedded Blogger blog is the best option.
That'll be useful information for the teachers in my building.
On Sep 13, 2013 2:58 PM, "Bjorn Behrendt" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> That is the correct feed url and nothing is broken.  Google Chrome does
> not render RSS into a nicely formatted page, so all you get is the ugly
> code.  Firefox has a built in RSS reader so it did render the code into a
> nicely formatted page.   You can still put the link directly into Feedly
> and it will read it fine.
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> Even if you submit to Feedburner you can get that readable page of your
> feed, but you won't be able to update the link on the google site.
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> I chose to use blogger for my announements as it give you some control of
> changing the RSS feed to one that others can use.
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> On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 2:23 PM, Matthew Allen <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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>> Hello!
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>> I'm wondering if anyone knows of an issue/solution regarding subscribing
>> to a Google Sites announcement page in Chrome. When I click on the
>> "Subscribe to posts" in Chrome, it takes me to the correct URL, but all I
>> see is code. Then, when I do the same thing in Firefox, I get to the
>> correct URL and can actually subscribe using my feedly account. Any
>> thoughts?
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>> Here's the URL to the page I'm trying to subscribe to:
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>> https://sites.google.com/a/fcsuvt.org/triumph/news-and-announcements/posts.xml
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>> Thanks!
>> Matt
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