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Project Description

Welcome to django-wordpress-rest!

Summary

Django-wordpress-rest is a Django application that syncs content from a WordPress.com site to a Django site.

This is done using the WordPress.com REST API. A separate copy of the content data is stored on the Django side, which allows for loose coupling and extensability.

Full documentation is available on Read The Docs.

Quickstart

Install the module:

pip install django-wordpress-rest

Add "wordpress" to your INSTALLED_APPS setting:

INSTALLED_APPS = (
    # ...
    "wordpress",
    # ...
)

Create the database tables that will persist the sync’d WordPress content:

$ python manage.py migrate

Sync WordPress content using the management command. The <site_id> can be found using the /me/sites WordPress API call. This is useful for periodically updating the content with cron.

$ python manage.py load_wp_api <site_id>

Authentication

If you’d like to synchronize private content, create an OAuth2 access token using the instructions provided by WordPress: https://developer.wordpress.com/docs/oauth2/

Add this token to your Django settings.py file. Use an environment variable to keep things secure:

WP_API_AUTH_TOKEN = os.getenv("WP_API_AUTH_TOKEN")

Load Options

Bring the site content up to date:

# first run gets everything
$ python manage.py load_wp_api <site_id>

# second run gets content modified since previous run
$ python manage.py load_wp_api <site_id>

Do a full sweep of the site content, inserting and updating as needed:

# first run gets everything
$ python manage.py load_wp_api <site_id>

# second run gets/updates all content again
$ python manage.py load_wp_api <site_id> --full

Load everything modified after a given date:

$ python manage.py load_wp_api <site_id> --modified_after=2015-01-01

Just load posts, not pages, attachments, or reference data:

$ python manage.py load_wp_api <site_id> --type=post

Load posts with a specific status (note this requires authentication):

$ python manage.py load_wp_api <site_id> --status=draft

Purge local content before loading – careful!

$ python manage.py load_wp_api <site_id> --purge --full

Webhook

If you’d like to use the webhook to sync a post immediately after it’s updated, include the urls into your project’s urls.py, like so:

from django.conf.urls import include

urlpatterns = [
    url(r'^wordpress/', include('wordpress.urls'))
]

Add "after_response" to your INSTALLED_APPS setting (this allows asynchronous processing):

INSTALLED_APPS = (
    # ...
    "after_response",
    "wordpress",
    # ...
)

The webhook looks for your <site_id> in Django settings. So add this your settings.py, and use an environment variable to keep things secure:

WP_API_SITE_ID = os.getenv("WP_API_SITE_ID")

Finally from your WordPress.com site, submit a POST request with an ID data element in the body to trigger a sync of a single post. Note this should be the WordPress Post ID, not the Django one!

$ curl -X POST --data "ID=123456" http://mydjangosite.com/wordpress/load_post

Running the Tests

$ pip install detox
$ detox
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