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RSS feeds are automatically generated by WordPress to allow readers to easily follow your blog using an RSS feed reader.

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You want to use paged not page in the request and it should work. You can find more information about WordPress pagination paged parameter here.
answered Jul 29 '13 by Mark Davidson
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As Krzysiek says its hard to give a good answer without knowing how your doing your feeds. But assuming that you've extended the default wordpress feeds so your feed could be accessed by going to inde …
answered Jul 30 '13 by Mark Davidson
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/(.+?)/?$ index.php?category_name=$matches[1] and an example feed rule is feed/(feed|rdf|rss|rss2|atom)/?$ index.php?&feed=$matches[1] What you want to do is combine these three rules and create some new … |rss|rss2|atom)/?$', 'index.php?year=$matches[1]&monthnum=$matches[2]&category_name=$matches[3]&feed=$matches[4]', 'top' ); // /2012/01/category/life-the-universe-and-everything …
answered Jul 29 '13 by Mark Davidson