I've been away since late 2013 as I had some tragedies in my family. I'm just now getting back to work. Since I've been working on revising my website, I wanted to add an RSS feed so that my website would lead back to my hubpages. However, previous information regarding the URL links don't seem to work any longer. I've spent an hour searching this out, and some of you say that the links no longer work but there seems to be no answers or solutions provided. I suppose I could use the widget, but I don't like the way it makes my sites look. I would rather everything flow with the fonts and styles I have set up on my website. Can anyone help please?
Well you can design your own widget or an put them as blogroll on your site.
The RSS feed addresses for Hubs were retired, due to lack of usage.
There may be a service you could find that will allow you to create a RSS feed from any URL.
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