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PowerPress Posts From MySQL

Have a bunch of podcasts stored on your server and aren't excited about creating each post manually? This can help.

How should I set up the database table?

  • Create fields that correspond to those on the MySQL Fields page of the plugin ( Post Title, Post Category, Post Body, Post/Featured Image URL, Podcast URL, Podcast Size, Podcast Media Type, Post Date ).
  • Make sure to include a primary key.

I think something's not right. Can I fix it myself?

By all means, have at it! I decided to learn to use Git, so all the code is available at GitHub. You can find the repo at https://github.com/machouinard/powerpress-posts-from-mysql.

I think something's missing. You botched something essential.

Post the issue at the project's GitHub page.

Does the MySQL table have to be on the same DB Host as my WordPress install?

No, but it helps. You will need to make sure you have remote access to the MySQL database if it's on a different host. I have a site on DreamHost using a database on HostGator and it works great.

Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.3
Last Updated: 2014-1-29
Downloads: 1,696

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