Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of faq/drupal/browser-blog-editor


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Timestamp:
Nov 23, 2007, 11:25:47 AM (13 years ago)
Author:
Jamie McClelland
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Removing piece about creating your own xmlrpc file - I've fixed our existing member sites to use the file distrubted by drupal

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  • faq/drupal/browser-blog-editor

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    11'''These instructions are for Flock and Mozilla Scribefire'''
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    3 First you need to create your own xmlrpc.php file in </home/members/yourdomain/sites/web> folder.  You can do this by viewing the xmlrpc.drupal.php file in the same directory.  Copy and paste the contents into an empty text editor file and save the file as xmlrpc.php .  SFTP the file to the above location.  Make sure you have the BlogAPI module turned on.  Goto >>Administer >> Site Configuration >> Blog APIs and make sure at least the blog box is checked.  You may want to check additional boxes (see Notes below).
     3Make sure you have the BlogAPI module turned on.  Goto >>Administer >> Site Configuration >> Blog APIs and make sure at least the blog box is checked.  You may want to check additional boxes (see Notes below).
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    5 If you want to use your Firefox browser, you can download/install the Scribefire add-on from here https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1730 .  Click the <Install Now> button and then reboot Firefox.  On the bottom right corner of your browser will be a pencil/paper icon click it.  Click on the <Manually Configure> tab.  Select <Drupal> as your blog system.  Enter your domain as <http://www.yourdomain.org/xmlrpc.php> click next.  Enter the username and password for your site and click next.  You should then be able to use Scribefire.
     5If you want to use your Firefox browser, you can download/install the Scribefire add-on from here https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1730.  Click the <Install Now> button and then reboot Firefox.  On the bottom right corner of your browser will be a pencil/paper icon click it.  Click on the <Manually Configure> tab.  Select <Drupal> as your blog system.  Enter your domain as <http://www.yourdomain.org/xmlrpc.php> click next.  Enter the username and password for your site and click next.  You should then be able to use Scribefire.
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    77For Flock, download the browser from http://www.flock.com and install it.  Once installed open the browser and click >> View >> Sidebar >> Accounts and Services. In the sidebar, scroll down to Self-Hosted Blog and click. Follow the wizard instructions (your username and password will be the same as for your drupal site login).  If your blog does not recognize, click cancel, then enter http://www.yourdomain.org/xmlrpc.php where appropriate.  Click next.  You should now be able to use Flock.