I've spent some time trying to solve the [tinydown](https://github.com/WebReflection/tinydown#tinydown) runtime blogspot parsing and this is the current status: 1. desktop browsers are fine 2. mobile browsers are now fine too 3. textual browsers lynx like are wonderful now! 4. browsers without CSS are just fine 5. browsers without JS are kinda fine too 6. browsers without CSS and JS are almost fine ### Your RSS Reader Most likely, what you are experiencing is something similar to point 5 or, in the worst case scenario, point 6 of above list. Being markdown easy to read as any plain text or book you are familiar with, can you cope with that for RSS readers? ### As Experiment Please give you some times to see if this work before answering. I realy don't want to piss off my followers so the last option would be to revert all my changes done in blogger (or eventually host my blog in my own space) One thing I am doing different now, is to preserve a decent amount of columns before I go into a new line so readers unable to adopt a `white-space: pre-wrap;` like rendering for feeds should not be that disturbed anymore ... If this is going to work, I think everyone could be happy about the fact not only you can blog on the cloud without a host, but what you write can be compatible with emails and everything that is not HTML enabled ... all plain text, as universal way to write a human friendly formatted document. What do you think? Thanks for your patience!