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I am starting a Blog and I am trying to keep my Localhost version as up to date as possible with my Remote server version on the web.

I would really like to be able to make a post/article on my Localhost install and have it somehow post the same article/post to my Web version (remote version) once I hit publish.

Does anyone know if there is a plugin or other method to easily automate or help with such a task? My main goal is that I will have a Local and Remote version of all articles when I post them, I would prefer to be able to post first on my Local version and then publish the end result to my website/remote install

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Post data is stored in the database, so you can't do that without a custom script that replaces the stored data to properly reflect the current site. Your best bet is to export/import it. –  Wyck Feb 14 '12 at 3:25
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I'm currently working on a plugin that addresses a similar need. Basically what you need to do is use the post hook and use XML-RPC to remotely post it.

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How does this answer the question? –  toscho Jun 26 '12 at 9:51
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You can easily use Windows Live writer and manage several blogs
from your home and get a preview on how the post would look like
in your blog pre-publish

Try it you gona love it!

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Do you know if it's possible to post the same post to multiple blogs via WLW? –  AlxVallejo Apr 3 '12 at 2:19
    
its not a built feature in but you can i guess copy paste –  Sagive SEO Apr 3 '12 at 10:46
    
Also, there is no support for custom taxonomies in WLW –  AlxVallejo Apr 11 '12 at 16:24
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