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How to connect Bramework to my WordPress site?
How to connect Bramework to my WordPress site?

Bramework integrates with WordPress

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Written by Handy Metellus
Updated over a week ago

We make it possible for you to publish your blog post using the official Bramework WordPress plugin.

Step 1 – Downloading Bramework Plugin

Log into your WordPress website. From the left navigation bar, go to the plugin section and click “Add New”. Then from the right search bar input “bramework” and enter to search.

Bramework download WordPress plugin

Step 2 – Install and Activate Bramework Plugin

Next, click to activate and install the plugin.

Bramework install WordPress plugin

Step 3 – Connect Bramework and WordPress

From the left navigation bar, go to the Bramework section and click “Connect”. Then wait while the authorize page loads.

Connect Bramework and WordPress

Step 4 – Authorize Bramework and WordPress Connection

If you’re already logged into Bramework, click the “Authorize” button to connect then “Continue to Bramework”.

If you’re not logged in, please log in, then click the “Authorize” button to connect then “Continue to Bramework”.

You’ll be redirected to the Bramework integration page. There you can confirm your connection.

authorize Bramework quick connect

1. Authorize

continue to Bramework app

2. Continue to Bramework

confirm Bramework WordPress integration

3. Confirm connection

Step 5 – Publish Your Post

Now go to any post you’d like to publish to your WordPress site, select all required fields and publish.

publish and post from Bramework to WordPress

Who can publish posts?

Only the owner can publish posts from the account. Managers and Editors cannot publish posts.

Important Note

If we are able to successfully complete the integration process but receive an error message when publishing, note that our integration uses the WordPress REST API.

Due to the varied configurations of WordPress websites, we cannot guarantee that our plugin will be able to connect and publish to them.

You may have a plugin, firewall, or server setting that is blocking our API connection. Additionally, if your website is hosted on a shared server, the hosting provider may restrict certain integrations.

If you encounter any of these issues, please reach out to your website hosting provider for further support.

Thanks for using Bramework!

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