Example: https://test-forum.fish.xk.io/n/0.feed, NB: if it doesn’t work the first time, refresh the page (this should work in all modern browsers; if you are using safari then there are small styling errors if you use version < 14.1 (released april 2021)).
I had to figure out some things to make that work – if view source, or click the ‘yes, this is an rss feed’ button, then there is more info.
I did not know you could do this. The best example of a styled RSS feed I found was via Joi Ito’s blog of all places – his RSS feed is still styled. It was more a useful example than anything else (I guess that all feedburner feeds can do this, but IDK). I think I learned that you could style RSS feeds via a search about implementing rss feeds in rails, but don’t properly remember.
Aside: I like that something Ito wrote in 2003 is still accessible. (I remember @curi making some relevant comments on this at some point; like regarding links and content staying live for 20 years, and how its bad that idea is, mostly, not taken seriously)
I think I learned that you could style RSS feeds via a search about implementing rss feeds in rails, but don’t properly remember.
I think this was actually via searching about how to style posts in an RSS feed, like so they look nice in an rss client.
edit: updated link from .rss to .feed