Including an image with your RSS feed just got a whole lot easier. By using these easy steps you'll be on your way to stepping up your RSS feed.
Things you will need:
Follow the instructions for each module on how to install each one.
The following is how I went about getting images in my blog feed. Some of these settings will differ for you and some of the steps may not apply.
The first thing you might notice is that there is a media enclosure attached to the bottom of the feed. Don't worry about that, we are going to clean that up.
First check your feed in a feed reader. You might notice that the images don't appear. We are going to run the feed through Feedburner.
In Feedburner, make sure to go to the optimize tab in the feed settings. Activate the Smartfeed. Check out your feed now. It should include the image and not the media enclouser and when viewed in a feed reader everything should look perfect.
Check out my Blog Feed to see how it should look.
*Note: This is just a way to include images through cck image fields and using image cache. You can always just insert images directly into the body of your content type and they will show up in feeds as long as you have the full url for the image.
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