Plurk: Setup/Installation Social Networks Auto-Poster for WordPressHow to setup Plurk in SNAP WordPress plugin and API
Plurk uses OAuth to provide authorized access to its API. You need to create Plurk application and authorize it for your blog.
1. Create a Plurk App for your website.
1. Login to your Plurk account.
2. Go to the Developers website: https://www.plurk.com/PlurkApp/ Sign in if asked.
3. Click “Create an Plurk app” Button. Fill details, click “Register App”.
Please use your own information, don’t literally re-type “NextScripts Blog”, “NextScripts.com” and other sample info.
4. Click “Edit” button next to your new app.
– Notice App key and App secret on this page.
2. Connect Plurk to your WordPress.
1. Login to your WordPress Admin Panel, Go to the Settings->Social Networks AutoPoster Options.
2. Click “Add New Account”, select Plurk from the dropdown list.
3. Fill your Plurk URL. Fill Plurk App Key and App secret from step 1.
4. Choose default prefix and if you would like to add images.
5. Fill the “Post Text Format”. Default is: %TITLE% – %URL%
6. Click “Update Settings”.
7. Go to your new Plurk Account. Click new link “Authorize Your Plurk Account”
8. Follow the Authoriziation Wizard. Click “Yes, Grant the Permission”.
9. Wizard will return you to the SNAP Settings page. Check your new Plurk account. It should say “Your Plurk Account has been authorized. Your display name: YYYYYYYYY”.
3. Your Plurk account is ready to use.
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