Tagxml-rpc

WordPress in a Subdirectory and XML-RPC

Quick Tip! If you’re experiencing problems with the WordPress mobile application because your WordPress installation is in a subdirectory¬†(for example wordpress) you should copy the xmlrpc.php¬†file to your website root so it’s accessible via example.org/xmlrpc.php and edit the boostrap path in that file to point to your subdirectory: /** Include the bootstrap for setting up WordPress...

Custom XML-RPC Methods in WordPress

With more and more talk around WordPress 3.0 it seems that the system is gaining even more popularity than ever before due to it’s extensibility. Today I’d like to discuss a topic that might not be of much use to bloggers and basic websites, but is generally required in larger projects – XML-RPC. It’s not limited to WordPress 3.0, but as custom post types are on their way...

Windows Live Writer

The Pro Web 2.0 Mashups book I wrote about earlier is going great and I finally got to the blogging chapters. Standalone blogging, yeah that was a news for me. I mean it is obvious that offline/standalone blogging is applicable to WordPress and other blogging systems, and that’s one of the main reasons why the XML-RPC protocol is supported by them, right? Well I just didn’t see the...