How to create an RSS Feed for Joomla - Submit to FeedBurner

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How to create an RSS Feed for Joomla
Create a section and category for your feed
Obtain the URL of your RSS Feed
Submit your Joomla Feed to FeedBurner
Configure FeedBurner and get your own chicklet
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4. Submit your Joomla Feed to FeedBurner

Now that you know the URL of your Joomla's RSS Feed you can easily submit it to FeedBurner, but before you do that make sure that you create a Google account.

  • After you have created a Google account go to the website of FeedBurner and login with:
    1. The email you registered your Google account.
    2. The password of your Google account.
      Last click on "Sign in" to login to FeedBurner.
    Screenshot: Login to FeedBurner with your Google account details
  • On the next screen you need to enter the URL of your RSS Feed (the one you took note of before) and then click on next.
    Screenshot: Submit your RSS Feed to FeedBurner
  • On the next window you may enter:
    1. A title for your Feed, in our example "My News Feed".
    2. An address for your Feed, in our example my-news-feed (will be appended to the end of
      Then click on "Next" to continue.
    Screenshot: Enter details of your RSS Feed
  • On the next screen FeedBurner informs you that your Feed was successfully burnt and shows you the URL of your Feed hosted at FeedBurner, in our example Then click on "Next" to continue.
    Screenshot: Take note of your Feed URL hosted at FeedBurner


#40 Oliver Spaether 2016-05-13 19:29

Many thanks for the advise. I'm working on Joomla 3.5.1 and the page is looks good but I can't get Joomla to desist from linking 'volunteers and members' to the rss feed on the page, really annoying. I've tried for hours there's no function to change the Menu Item type although the instruction refers to such an option,

Details (Menu Item Type: The type of link: Component, URL, Alias, Separator, or Heading)

I don't care if the page has no menu item displayed or one linking to '#' or one without a link, but not with a link to the rss feeder itself, that's not wanted of course.

Does one of you have experience with this and what do you recomment to do, that'd be awesome.

Wishing you all the best for the year.
Many thanks
#39 Stacey 2015-09-09 17:30
Thank you so much for this tutorial! I am so glad to find instructions on how to find the URL for my RSS feed without having to install additional extensions!
#38 Chanel Online Outlet 2012-05-15 09:24
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#37 Murshid 2012-04-09 18:34
Tons of Thanks for this tutorial..

#36 Zukidaru Ru 2012-03-24 05:31
Hi, thanks for this tips, but when I have submited my RSS Feed on FoodBurner, its link is refused. Now how does i do???

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#35 justin 2012-01-15 02:17
Thanks so much for this guide - I know how long those things take to produce! Much appreciated:) Works a treat (Joomla 1.5) So hard finding out about this stuff sometimes, so refreshing to find it explained so clearly. You're a star!
#34 Kanna Sreenivas 2011-10-05 14:41
I tried this and the traditional way..
but the feed link shows error from feed burner that its not a valid xml, and when i paste the feed link obrained from Joomla, I t downloads an index.php file and not able to see feed
#33 David E. Narváez 2011-10-03 05:13
Thanks, if I had read this a couple of weeks before I'd be well ahead of schedule now :)
#32 Mick 2011-09-05 16:22
Great, been looking for a manual way for a feed and I think this is the answer
#31 amirulfaiz 2011-08-10 03:49
Really great tip here. Thank you very much. :D

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