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I want to rewrite http://www.ourdomain.com/feed/ in the .htaccess file

to http://ourdomain.com/feed.xml

And we have some other feed URLs to Rewrite. After a search I could not find the correct solution. I tried a few .htaccess entries, but none of it w worked.

Or: probably someone knows how to bring rss-feeds into this format (with file-extension) in the url. The requirement is that we use a third party provider which has to read this url, but does not access /feed/ format without the .xml extension.

thanks!

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    Could you please include your .htaccess attempts? It might be easier and faster to point out how to make them right than research, write, and test them from scratch.
    – Rarst
    Oct 10 '14 at 9:17
  • Handle it in the 404 to trigger XML output based on the URL requested. Or add a URL rewrite.
    – jgraup
    Jul 31 '16 at 17:18
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Just use a fake query parameter on the URL to get around those sort of bad restrictions in other pieces of code.

http://example.com/feed/?fakefile=feed.xml

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