Edit the template and get rid of this line:
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<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="RSS" href="sharing/list.rss" />
OK, so I removed that line and it still exported all the kagillion xml files. But yes, now there is no feed available.
As feedback, and I don't know that this is really peculiar to the FancyIndex template, but the RSS feed that results is pretty weird, imo, having nothing to do with, or showing any of, my information. What it has is:
a big image that appeared to come from Amazon (if image not in Amazon, no image), then
" Read more…" (which is just a link to whatever is in my URL field.
Four of those six "Field" bits of info are not present in anything about my html export, and weirdest of all, the "Source" link, which displays
the title of my exported collection, is actually a link <http://www.bruji.com/sharing> that goes to the Bruji Homepage. I would have thought it would go to the URL of my export.
I didn't know what to expect, as I'm not interested in the RSS feed, but all this seems kind of weird and useless. It's kind of just a wannabe list of advertisements for Amazon, except the URL link doesn't often go there because I usually never have it in my URL field.
Again, I don't personally care about what the RSS feed does because I don't use it. It just seems weird to me. But I would really like to not have to export, and wait for, all the xml files to upload during ftp.
I don't know if you remember me, but I use DVDPedia as a movie
reference, not a DVD collection, so I've got collections with over a thousand titles.