Publishing to Wordpress
There are two ways you can publish to WordPress and they are slightly different:
- Via Plugin. This publishing method will automatically transfer over to your backend you layout, images, text and SEO where you will be able to preview your post and add the finishing touches before making it live on your website. Click here to learn how to publish via plugin.
- Via Code: This publishing method will provide you an HTML code which will contain your layout, images, text and SEO information so you can add it to your post in your WordPress backend. Once the code is added, you'll be able to preview your post and add the finishing touches before making it live on your website. Click here to learn how to publish via code.
By default we suggest using the plugin as it is easy to set up, is better for SEO and it also quicker than the code method after you set it up. However, there are some cases where the code method will work better for you. For example, if you are struggling to get the plugin set up, we suggest using the code instead.
Differences Between Plugin and Via Code Method
|Via Plugin||Via Code|
|Ideal for live websites||Recommended for un-launched websites or on staging/testing mode|
|Needs plugin to be connected to the app||Doesn't require plugin|
|Transfers all the SEO content||
Only transfers Image Descriptions.
Meta Title and Description need to be added from the WordPress backend
|You can publish to one website||
You can publish to multiple websites
|By default it publishes to your Blog Page||You can use the code to publish your blog in different parts of your website|