Wordpress supports the xml-rpc protocol, which is a way for third party software to communicate with the WP admin, for instance to create or delete posts. The protocol is a favourite target of hackers.

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How to enable wpautop for XMLRPC content

I'm using Wordpress XMLRPC support. The content fetched through an XMLRPC client does not have the automatically added <p> tags, whereas pages rendered on the blog of the Wordpress install do....
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Getting the Posts' permalinks from XLMRPC

I'm new to WP and I must fetch pages/posts from a blog in another subdomain. I'm using ZF to do this. I've recently found out the getPages doesn't get me what I want (posts; duh!). I didn't see any "...
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Help Me Choose RSS or XML-RPC

Scenario: I have a mother site example.com which has a blog and say about 12 category. I also have 12 other wordpress site. Some in the subdomain of example.com and some are different domains. 12 ...
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WordPress as XML-RPC client?

I want to sync post edits on two sites. Test environment, not production. Single direction (site A to site B, but not backwards). Basically I edit post at my local test stack and same post (part of ...
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Post via wp-admin and via iOS app, same hooks and triggers involved?

I've got an add_action in functions.php, the action is for save_post and the function I'm running I've named set_attachment_url. I'm simply getting the first attachment on a post and setting a custom ...