I deleted the feed in my Wordpress-blog. Now, Google Webmaster Tools complains over the following URLS:
comments/feed/ feed/rss/ feed/
And states that it's a code 500 (server error). How in heavens name can I fix this? If it means I have to re-create the feed, so be it. Any good ideas?
I'm afraid not. I'm not a shark with codes, but I can so or so work my way around. I created the blog and because my theme didn't really allow me to turn off the feed without doing other things at the same time, I looked around in the templates and pushed a few buttons (so to speak). All of a sudden, I had removed the feed-thingy from the templates. All good. Alas, but then Webmaster Tools began to complain.
And seriously: I've got no problem with the feed missing, I just don't get why GoogleBot so deseperately want's to index them. I've even disallowed them in the robots.txt ... but still it tries :D
--- AFTER REINSTALL ---
Thanks for idea. Reinstalled it, but still no change: My browser just states: ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND when I go into the /feed/ directory. Same with the others. Rather strange?