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How to export posts as individual xml files?

Posted on 2013-11-09
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Hi,
I would like to find a way that will automatically create an xml file on my server everytime I write a post.  It needs to be separate xml file per post rather than one xml file containing all posts.

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by:COBOLdinosaur
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Your question is so vague and lacking focus or information that it s being ignored.  We cannot read minds and without details it is not likely that you are going to get much mre than unfocused guesses.

Post alink, some code, some clue about what your posts look like and you might have more luck getting some help.

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by:dukiejc99
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There isn't any code for this. It's a general wordpress question.  I'm basically asking that when I write a post in WP, I'd like to generate an xml file of the post as well.  Maybe there's a plugin that will do that but I wasn't able to find one.  The xml file would have the post title, author and content.

The reason for this is to allow a user to grab the xml file from the server for each new posts.

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Well xml format is how RSS is done and there are RSS capbilites build right into wordpress, plus there are plugins to do all kinds of customization.  

You should be able tof ind what you need here:

http://codex.wordpress.org/Customizing_Feeds

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