Then, after entering your WordPress website url in the WordPress feature of Your Application Builder, if you have an error message saying our WordPress module can’t be find, be sure that:
- You have posts published on WordPress website (the module can retrieve posts, not pages)
- The posts that are published are stored in some categories (not just the “Uncategorised” default category of WordPress
You can also check by entering “/?app-creator-api=1&object=posts” at the end of the url of your WordPress website to check if some posts are retrieved from your WordPress or “/?app-creator-api=1&object=categories” to check if our module can retrieve your categories. Like this for instance:
mywordpresswebsite.com/?app-creator-api=1&object=posts to see if our module can retrieve your posts
mywordpresswebsite.com/?app-creator-api=1&object=categories to see if our module can retrieve your categories
If the result of one of these request is null that means you don’t have posts or you don’t have set categories.
If you have a result for the two request, the problem is elsewhere