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Get WordPress Offline

  1. coolkarthik88
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    I would suggest that the wordpress team get the wordpress admin area offline.. namely :
    create new posts
    edit posts
    reply to comments
    akismet spam moderation

    all this can be done by using the google gears application.. for more details on google gears please visit : http://code.google.com/apis/gears

    Posted: 10 years ago #
  2. Joan Junyent Tarrida
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    There's already a plugin doing that. WP-Offline

    http://immike.net/blog/2007/06/04/wordpress-plugin-wp-offline/

    Posted: 10 years ago #
  3. blndcat
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    Isn't that plugin for visitors to read your blog offline, rather than letting you access your own blog admin area offline?

    WP-Offline is a WordPress plugin that lets your readers cache your entire blog for offline reading using Google Gears

    Posted: 10 years ago #
  4. gspx
    Member

    Why not just use Live Writer to post offline -> but I can't see why, because WP is very secure.

    Posted: 9 years ago #
  5. teryk
    Member

    I thought I would throw my two cents in on this. I keep a blog of my activities when traveling. In the past I have used email to update my blog when on the road and tweaked the posts when I can find an internet cafe.

    Recently I bought a netbook and am setting it up to use while traveling. Most of the time I will be blogging without a net connection and then updating my site from an internet cafe somewhere. It seems that right now my option is to mirror my blog locally (on the netbook) and then script updates using either wordpress export/import or mysqldump/rsync.

    Since my blog is small and I am the only user this won't be too hard. On larger multi-user sites I can't imagine this being feasible. Something ready made for offline posting would be very useful.

    Posted: 8 years ago #

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