04/12/2018

URL Does Not Appear To Reference A Valid XML File. How To Fix

The URL does not appear to reference a valid XML file. We encountered the following problem. Error on line 150. The element type "LINK" must be terminated by matching end tag "</LINK>".

The above message is what you get when you try to burn a new feed from Feedburner and no valid feed was found at that web address.

Maybe you will see another message similar to this one but one thing you should know is, FeedBurner can't find a valid feed for that blog.
URL Does Not Appear To Reference A Valid XML File

There are possible reasons why this problem normally arose but yet, fixing it might be difficult especially when it is confirmed that the feed is validated.

Well, not to talk much! If you encounter this problem that is, unable to create an RSS feed for your blog, there is a solution for that.

How To Fix URL Does Not Appear To Reference A Valid XML File


Go back and try to burn a new feed but add  /rss.xml to the URL. That is, in this format: mazinoweb.com/rss.xml. Then you proceed with remaining steps.

URL Does Not Appear To Reference A Valid XML File

Once you are done. You can decide to delete the feed and burn a new one so that you have the regular feed address without the /rss.xml.

When you want to burn a new feed after following the above steps, there is no need to add /rss.xml at the end of URL.

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