Setup/Installation: Weibo – Social Networks Auto-PosterHow to setup Weibo in SNAP WordPress plugin and API
Weibo uses OAuth to provide authorized access to its API. You need to register Weibo application and get “OAuth Consumer Key” and “Secret Key”. Then you will need to authorize your WordPress blog.
Weibo App Configuration
1. Create a Weibo app for your website.
1. Login to your Weibo account.
2. Go to the Weibo Developers page: https://open.weibo.com/development
If you are already registered as developer, skip to step 3.
Submit it, confirm your mail, you should see the developer’s dashboard.
3. Click “New application” button.
Fill the name, (it must be unique and has no spaces), choose “web application” as category
2. Connect Weibo 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 “Weibo” from the list.
3. Fill “App Key” and “App Secret” from step 4 above.
4. Click “Add Account”.
3. Authorize Weibo for your WordPress.
1. Open newly added Weibo account settings. Notice new link “Authorize Your Weibo Account”.
2. Click “Authorize Your Weibo Account” and follow the authorization wizard.
4. Your Weibo account is ready to use.
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