WordPress Integration – ContentStudio
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WordPress Integration – ContentStudio

August 23, 2019


Good morning guys. Today, I’ll expand that
how you can set up your WordPress site with “ContentStudio” how you can manage
your plugins. Starting off, you have to make sure that you have updated version
of ContentStudio plug-in installed on your dashboard. Go to your plugins, add
new install the latest version that is also there in the documentation for
ContentStudio. So I’m, let’s say I’m just users starting off, and don’t know a
thing about ContentStudio I’ve just migrated my account, and I’m just
trying to learn the step by step process. So, I’ll just go into docs.ContentStudio.io.
I’ll try to locate the WordPress connection so, I’ll have to go to Integrations. Right
there, I’ll have a WordPress blog connection “How to connect WordPress blog”.
Get into it and I’ll try to locate the method this is always the preferred
method ContentStudio WordPress plugin that requires an updated ContentStudio
plugin installed on your WordPress a dashboard. So, the link is right there,
click on this link, download it, and install it right here. Upload plug-in
choose the file, install it, and you’ll see right here immediately you’ll be
showing up with the successful connection. Now, you need an API for
the ContentStudio plugin so, you can get it right here, copy it and just paste it
to make sure the connection is 100% successful. So, once you do that now it
comes this is the first step that you need to do on WordPress dashboard. Now you come over here to connect the blog on ContentStudio platform get into the
block sites either your URL make sure it’s correct user name and password.
This method via three methods, first one is always “Preferred” and there are more
than 95% chances that your blog if you don’t have any inappropriate plugin that
has not yet been whitelisted installed on your WordPress dashboard, it is going
to be 100% connected from ContentStudio. So, let’s say, I’m a user I’m not sure how
many plugins I need to whitelist, how to do it, and what kind of issues I’m going
to be facing while I have those in inappropriate plugins installed in
WordPress. So let’s say, I have jetpack wordfence,
similar plugins that are actually need to be violated. I’ll just throw my
head and I’ll just get into the documentation one more time. Go back and
try to locate some “Troubleshooting articles” that we have on our website.
So, I’ll go ahead with WordPress connection or I see how I need to
wireless the IPS I get some plug-in API key verification articles as well so now
my concern is to whitelist some of the plugins. So, these are the list of
plugins possible plugins that you need to be whitelisted, whether with these
IPS you need to just enter get into your WordPress plugin. Let’s say, it’s i-team’s
security so get into the settings of item security there will be a
section with the name I guess “Whitelist management”, so get into your
whitelist management and whitelist all these IPS just need to copy this from
this document here, just wireless this and I mean this is only a one time
job I want you guys to get it right in the first place
in order to avoid any issues going forward. So, this is a complete process if
you’re having issues with future images on your blog post, if you’re having
issues with some descriptions or titles make sure you follow all of this step-by-step process mention in all these documentation. So, I hope
this is served in the next video. I’ll be explaining some use cases about how you can best utilize cover stories, how you can best utilize the topics insights, so
until then take good care of people have a wonderful day.

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