More Time for Testing WordPress

Just a quickie test, seeing how LiveWriter handles my wordpress blog.  Interesting.  First snow at the Apartments (7 of 17)

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Author: kyotesue

Soil scientist/mapper working for 35 years in the wild lands of the West. I am now retired, enjoying my freedom to travel, to hike without a shovel and a pack, to knit and quilt and play, to play with photography and write stories about all of it.

8 thoughts on “More Time for Testing WordPress”

  1. Wow! That was fast. So all you readers saying you want to use LiveWriter, but can’t make it work on blogger, here you go. Seems as though LiveWrite has no problems with WordPress and this published almost instantly.

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  2. Just checking out your blog to see how much progress you’ve made on Word Press. It looks like you’ve figured out the header thing and the background color. I am giving it a try and playing with it, but haven’t figured out how to do those things yet. Think I might need a tutorial. : ) It’s looking good.

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  3. It’s actually Google’s authentication requirements that made LW obsolete with Blogger … once again. Can we/should we even expect a defunct piece of code owned by a different company to be updated to work with changing technology when Microsoft announced long ago that they would not be maintaining LW? These companies are in business to make money, and railing against them isn’t going to change that. It’s just a shame that Google took down their workaround before the Open Source version of LW was fully functional with the necessary authorization support. Then again, Google would really prefer I think that we all use Google+ for our posting/sharing needs. If they were serious about Blogger as a platform, they would have come up with a better interface (online or otherwise) a long time ago. I may revisit WP … or not, but I’m happy that you may be finding that it works for you.

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    1. Thanks, Laurel. It is an interesting process. I am pretty sure yours is a WordPress blog as well, but it isn’t always easy to tell. I know your format is a bit different, but I really enjoy it.

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