This article will explain how to enable XML-RPC from within the WordPress Admin Dashboard. XML-RPC is need to make posts from a desktop client or the hostmonster Enage panel.
Logging into the WordPress Dashboard
- Login to the WordPress Dashboard by visiting your blog, and adding wp-admin to the end of the URL.
- Enter the admin Username and Password.
- This will bring up the WordPress Dashboard.
Once you are logged into WordPress you will need to enable XML-RPC.
- Choose Settings
- Click Writting
- Under Remote Publishing enable XML-RPC
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