XSL variable for the feed url?

Just bought the Full-Text RSS script as I grew weary of truncated feeds. It works like an absolute charm so far. Now I’m trying to modify the .xsl file to include a link to add a feed directly to Feedly. Best I could come up with was this:


But unfortunately that doesn’t work: unlike $title, the $url variable is empty. Hence my question: is there a variable available for the Feed link?


My post got mangled a bit. Here’s the code I used:

Subscribe feed at Feedly: http://www.feedly.com/home#subscription/feed/http://mydomain.com/makefulltextfeed.php?url=


Hi Mark, thanks for purchasing. Great to hear you’re finding Full-Text RSS useful.

Regarding your question. The feed URL itself is not currently available in the feed generated by Full-Text RSS. As such, you cannot access it via XSL in the way the title is accessed. This is something we should actually add as it’s quite useful to have.

You can still achieve what you want by using Javascript, however. Here’s the snippet you should add to the css/feed.xsl file:

Subscribe feed at

This uses the current URL in your browser and appends it (URL encoded) to the Feedly URL.

Let me know if you have any trouble with it.