RSS (Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication) is a web feed format used to publish frequently updated content such as blog entries, news headlines, or podcasts.
WordPress has built-in support for RSS feeds which allows users to easily subscribe to the site’s content using an RSS reader. By default, WordPress generates RSS feeds for posts, comments, and categories. The RSS feed can be accessed by adding /feed to the end of the site’s URL. WordPress also allows users to customize the RSS feed by using filters or plugins.
WordPress has built-in support for RSS feeds, and every WordPress site automatically generates an RSS feed. Users can access the RSS feed by adding /feed/ to the end of the site’s URL. For example, if the site’s URL is www.example.com, the RSS feed URL will be www.example.com/feed/.
WordPress also allows users to customize the RSS feed settings, such as the number of posts in the feed and the type of content that should be included in the feed. This can be done by going to settings > reading in the WordPress dashboard.
WordPress also supports third-party RSS feed plugins that can add more advanced features to the RSS feed, such as the ability to include custom post types and taxonomies in the feed, and the ability to customize the feed’s appearance.