WordPress feature allows you to integrate the content of a WordPress blog or website in an application. With this feature you have two options:
– You can create an application with only one WordPress page in which you will publish all the content of the blog or some categories you would have chosen.
– Or you can create an application with several wordpress pages in order to publish in each of these pages the content of one category of the blog. This way the application homepage will look like this:
Of course, you can change the icons of the wordpress pages in order to set up your own design. To sum up you can add as many wordpress pages as you want to enlighten the content of the blog.Now, we will learn how to integrate the content of a WordPress website in an application.
First of all you must add a WordPress page in your application. Click on
This window appears:
Click on “Click here to download our WordPress plugin”. Without this plugin you cannot use this feature.
Then, go in your wordpress admin interface. This window appears:
Click on “Plugins” then “Add new”. This windows opens:
Click on “Upload”. This appears:
Enter the URL of your blog in “Enter your WordPress URL”
Once you have entered the blog’s address click on OK. Mobimatic will automatically find all the content of the blog and sort all the categories out. Thus you will be able to publish all the content of this blog or only one category. By default Mobimatic selects all the categories of the blog but obviously you can unselect the ones you don’t want in the page.
Here for example, we decided to only select the “Exercices” category, but we could select others if we wanted to. You can adopt the strategy you want, either you can create an application with only one wordpress page in which you will publish all the content of the blog, or you can create an application with several wordpress pages in order to publish in each the content of one category of your blog.
Once you have chosen your strategy and imported your wordpress content, don’t forget to click on “Save”.