Beiter: Conrman: you can give them options and different template types to choose from, but things like Visual Composer negate the actual design work the designer put in
Filipovich: Clients know their business we hope and pray. We know design and development. We each should d do what we do well.
Serl: I agree, i just wish there were a middle ground. i wish to provide them the toolset inorder to create beautiful articles and aren’t limited to one style
Sliwinski: Really, i just wish shortcodes actually rendered on the fly in tinymce
Loudermelt: Conrman: you can make some shortcodes render some things.
Samona: Conrman: but they can never render layout because layout is dependent on the theme’s css
Flautt: Conrman: that “middle ground” is the use of custom meta boxes and page templates.
Bowersmith: Maybe i’m using the wrong terminology
Sieler: Conrman: you can make a number of pre-defined text block areas and page template options
Blakney: Q: I’ve got a non wordpress project. installed wordpress to use it with wp-api restful api. I’d like to send some images to wordpress, so I need oauth. I wonder if I can have the login in the non wordpress project some how
Olaughlin: Is there a way to include any wp globals etc, to generate this or use this plugin ?!
Pupa: Any suggestions are appreciated
Bottolene: Swahili: You want to be able to upload images to the WordPress system from another system?
Cappucci: Bu***and: thanks for looking. Yeh!
Acuff: I’m using wordpress to allow some ppl to easily manage the data. In this case I’d like to have this images in posts.
Homza: App user form selects image adds a name sends
Glodich: Swahili: the WP API has methods for adding content to the system
Cayton: Backend admin login to wordpress approves post this post then shows on the non wordpress project, by consuming the restful api
Naslund: Bu***and: yeah, but for images I need oauth
Poquette: There’s basic auth, but exposes the usr/pw
Julye: Didn’t installed v2, because the do***entation is not complete and dont want to get stuck
Step: Swahili: http://wp-api.org/guides/authentication.html
Huppenbauer: Swahili: tells you how to deal with oauth
Zarillo: Swahili: yea. and the paragraph tells you what to do
Cassmeyer: What more do you want?
Succop: Bu***and: just noticed I didn’t added that for oauth I’d rather use a plugin for that, so I can take advantage of facebook / g+ etc
Langmyer: I wonder if it’s possible to include the wpglobal externally
Wrede: Sorry,totally forgot that point when questioning
Cervantes: However you implement oauth, you can still use it to connect . whether its a plugin or not
Oun: Swahili: you just need the key the plugin creates
Hwee: Swahili: you probably will have to make some changes to the plugin, but here is a starting point https://github.com/WP-API/OAuth1
Cadavid: Swahili: oAuth is oAuth, regardless of how it’s started
Bumpus: Whats the best place to get up to speed with WordPress coming from a coding background?
Cassiday: Ffwacom: depends what you want to do with it
Chiappetta: Basic company website with a bit of code
Bullington: To pull in data tables etc
Molitoris: Bu***and: not sure this will work then. ideally what I need is that any person who visits the non wordpress site, not registered on wordpress,to be able to upload some data text + image. I want to save this as a wordpress post, if that makes sense.
Naasz: From what I can read, the oauth requires the user to be pre registered on wordpress ?
Bernsen: Swahili: it requires the source to have the oAuth key. you can generate a key for each form submission.