Tagged: xml rpc publishing
I work with one publisher that uses remote publishing to my website once the post is approved. All day long I have battling with their authorization. At first I thought it was the latest WordPress update, but the XML-RPC Publishing now has an “on” default. I do not have a problem with authorizing them to remotely publish, it is just every time they try to it automatically unauthorizes them.
The only reason why I do not think it is WordPress is because I know of someone who has the WP update but does not use Studiopress. The publisher was able to remote publish to this other site just fine.
Also, I know of someone else who does have Genesis and they are having the same issues as I am.
Thank you for any help you can give me!
If there were a problem in Genesis 1.9.x for remote publishing wouldn’t there be more users with the same problem? I remotely publish to half a dozen Genesis blogs, all on 1.9.x and WP 3.5.1, and all seems well. If you find out where the problem is, please let us know.
I’m sure there would be more people with the problem if it were Genesis 1.9, but obviously I’m not aware if there are other people with this problem…that’s why I asked. It appears it may be a problem with the recent WP update with this particular publisher. They have had numerous other accounts they could not publish to either. WP seems to be commonality.
Thank you for your response!
Check with the host to see if any mod_security changes were made. I once had some sites on a host that was paranoid about security; so much so that I sometimes had trouble saving a post on a site. Sometimes specific words can trip it so it won’t accept posts.
@niftycreations see if this will help – http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/control-xml-rpc-publishing/. Just a suggestion.
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