Connecting WordPress Blog with WordPress API Key

Wordpress API


The following are the steps to connect your Wordpress Blog in ContentStudio via the WordPress API key.

1
Before integrating your website in ContentStudio with this method, you have to install this plugin in your Wordpress. 

https://s3.amazonaws.com/contentstudioio/plugin/contentstudio-plugin-master.zip

2
Login in your Wordpress and hover over 'Plugins' in the left menu. And then click on  Add New in the sub-menu.
 

When the next page opens, click on the  Upload Plugin button.

On the next page, you will be able to upload both the plugins one by one in the zip format. Click on Choose File to select the plugin file you downloaded earlier.

Once you have the first plugin file selected, Click on the  Install Now button to start the installation process.

Install both the plugins in the same way. Once you have both the plugins successfully installed, it's time to move onto ContentStudio platform.

3
On ContentStudio.io dashboard, navigate to right top corner  Go to Settings > Blogs & Websites from the menu on the top right corner.

 

4

On the next screen, click on the Connect new WordPress blog/website, This will make a pop-up appear on your screen.

5

Once the pop-up appears on your screen. Fill in the required details.

  • Enter the URL of your Wordpress website in the first input box. Please follow the required pattern given and make sure to start it with http://or https://. If your Wordpress is installed in an inner directory, you will need to specify the exact homepage URL of your website. (For e.g, it can be like this: http://example.com/wp for websites where     WordPress    is not installed in the root directory)
  • In the second field, give your Wordpress Username.
  • Provide Password in the third input field.
  • In the 'Choose Method for Content Submission', you have to select Wordpress API
  • Next, click on the Save button.

If you have entered everything correctly, your blog will be successfully connected and showing up in the list underneath, as shown in the below image. 

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