garvinhicking wrote:Did you enable the itunes specific options in the configuration of the plugin? Maybe you can post your plugin configuration, then using your feed I could inspect what is generated and see what URL you might try.
garvinhicking wrote:Are you sure you're using the latest version? It has an option "iTunes XML markup". And then the default RSS 2.0 feed should contain all required itunes XML markup...
<itunes:subtitle>John Doe's personal blog</itunes:subtitle>
<itunes:author>John Doe's personal blog</itunes:author>
<itunes:summary>My little place on the web...</itunes:summary>
<itunes:image href="http://www.deimeke.net/testblog/itunes.jpg" />
<itunes:category text="Technology" />
garvinhicking wrote:Just checked; it's all there. also the RSS feed contains the mp3 enclosure, so this should be picked up by itunes!?
garvinhicking wrote:No problem; It could be related to the RSS caching feature, so your browsers might have cached the feed and will only show changes once you write a new entry?
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