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In reply to https://jamesvandyne.com/ad4b2b8c-f971-4e28-96a7-8b0c860d23f8. Could be they check …

In reply to https://jamesvandyne.com/ad4b2b8c-f971-4e28-96a7-8b0c860d23f8.

Could be they check if an item’s content starts with its title, and decide to display it as a note if so (this is how, again, popular PHP library X-Ray does it). One way to have both notes and checkins not look like articles is to remove their title tags from your RSS (and not use a p-name in your HTML, but I believe that is already the case) altogether. That, in my experience, is the trick (and perfectly valid).

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  1. James James on

    That’s a good idea. I’ll have to see if I can remove the title tag from select posts when generating my RSS feed. Thanks!

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