Setup/Installation: 500px - Social Networks Auto-PosterHow to setup 500px in SNAP WordPress plugin and API
500px API has been shut down, so it’s no longer possible to create new apps and autopost there.
Autoposting to 500px has been removed from SNAP 3.3.4
500px uses OAuth to provide authorized access to its API. You need to register 500px application and get “OAuth Consumer Key” and “Secret Key”. Then you will need to authorize your WordPress blog.
1. Create a 500px app for your website.
1. Login to your 500px account.
2. Go to the 500px Developers page: https://500px.com/settings/applications
3. Click “Register application” button.
Fill “Application Name”, “Description”, “Application URL”, “Developer’s Email” all other fields and click Register”.
Please use your own information, don’t literally re-type “SNAP, NextScripts Blog”, “NextScripts.com” and other sample info.
2. Connect 500px to your WordPress.
1. Login to your WordPress Admin Panel, Go to the Settings->Social Networks AutoPoster Options.
2. Click green “Add new account” button, select “500px ” from the list.
3. Fill “Consumer Key “Consumer Secret” from step 4 above.
4. Select default Category.
5. Click “Add Account”.
3. Authorize 500px for your WordPress.
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