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OKC WordPress Users Group Meeting Program info - Monday June 28

From: David N.
Sent on: Thursday, June 24, 2010 7:08 AM

Here are some of the items on the agenda for our Monday meeting. There may be more so come find out.

1. Lenard Smith will be sharing about two sites that are in active development and showing a local (on his machine) WordPress install. These are hosted at

2. Derrick Parkhurst will be sharing about how to use content from external sources on a site.

XML-RPC support in WordPress: Another way to add content to your website.

Adding content to your WordPress site from other external sources can be time consuming and tedious. Fortunately, this can process can be automated using the WordPress XML-RPC interface. I'll describe how simple server-side scripts can be used to import data from one website and export to another automatically. I'll also demonstrate how we use this approach to keep the content on a deployed website
( up to date automatically.
Exploiting XML-RPC can dramatically expand the range of applications where WordPress can be applied.

Thanks to Derrick and Lenard for volunteering to share.


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