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mfaith

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  1. Hah! Almost instantly, that worked. My show is now on Google Podcasts. 😁
  2. This code in the header via code injection allowed me to remove the link tag. I'm not sure if it'll be effective with Google's scraping of the site. I guess that will depend on whether they run scripts with their bots in the same way a loading browser does. But beyond that, can you think of anything wrong with this code? <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.4.1/jquery.min.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> $("link[rel='alternate'][title='RSS Feed']").remove(); </script>
  3. Thanks for the reply. I did reach out to Customer Care, and they said they don't provide the feature. I asked them about a code injection "hack" to temporarily address it, and they told me i should try here to see if anyone has any suggestions, since they don't provide support for custom code. How would i go about requesting that as a feature?
  4. I have a squarespace site as my main home page for my new podcast, but i use a dedicated podcast host (simplecast) to actually host my episodes and provide the rss feed. Most Podcast platforms (Apple, spotify, etc) simply require registering that feed, in order to get a show listed. However Google Podcasts, has no submission process, they just scrape sites and look for specific criteria. Namely that the home page url in the podcast feed points to a page that has a corresponding <link> tag of rel type "alternate" that has a url pointing to the feed. So they're effectively pointing at each other. That's their way of confirming association, and thus get listed on their service. However they require there only be ONE <link> tag of rel type "alternate". I've added the link tag with my feed via code injection to the head of my page. But Squarespace's Blog page is adding its own for the Blog RSS, which i don't want. There doesn't seem to be away to disable the blog rss feed via settings. Does anyone know how to remove that SS link tag via code injection script? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Google Podcasts requirements: https://developers.google.com/search/reference/podcast/homepage-requirements
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