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Publishing with custom WordPress post types

Summary When assignments are published to WordPress publishing destinations they are assigned, by WordPress, the default post type of post. If, however, your organization publishes with one or more custom post types, Camayak has you covered. Using Camayak’s assignment templates feature, it is possible to assign an assignment template a . . . Read more

WordPress bylines

By default WordPress only supports one byline per post, and this is represented by the “author” field. When an assignment is published from Camayak to a WordPress publishing destination, the first byline user will become the post’s author. In the event that the WordPress publishing destination has activated the Co-Authors Plus . . . Read more

WordPress troubleshooting

The vast majority of our customers don’t experience issues when their content is published from Camayak to their WordPress installation, but since our launch we’ve identified a few ways in which WordPress publishing can be interrupted. Quick links Our publishing destination URL isn’t being accepted Camayak is telling us our . . . Read more

Camayak and WordPress capabilities

Camayak interacts with your WordPress website using the XML-RPC API. For publishing to work, a WordPress account needs to be created specifically for Camayak to publish with, this user’s username is often called “CamayakArchive”. To ensure that you take full advantage of Camayak’s publishing tools, we highly recommend that this user . . . Read more