Connecting to WordPress
WordPress is a free and open-source content management system based on PHP and MySQL.
Data integration: Skyvia supports importing data to and from WordPress, exporting WordPress data to CSV files, replicating WordPress data to relational databases, and synchronizing WordPress data with other cloud apps and relational databases.
Backup: Skyvia Backup supports WordPress backup.
Query: Skyvia Query supports WordPress.
Skyvia requires the Basic-Auth plugin to be installed on your WordPress in order to connect to it.
WordPress-Specific Features and Limitations
Skyvia has the following limitations for WordPress:
In the Domain connection parameter, you may specify the protocol to use — http or https. However, some WordPress instances have problems using the https protocol. When you use the https protocol, an error occurs when you query data from some of the tables, like Posts, PostRevisions, etc. In this case, you have to use the http protocol in the Domain parameter in order to work with these tables.
Skyvia does not support custom fields in the default WordPress connector. However, if you need to work with custom fields in WordPress, you may contact our support team.
To connect to WordPress, you need to specify the domain to connect to and the user email and password to log in with.
You need to specify the following parameters for WordPress connection:
- Name — connection name that will be used to identify the connection in the objects list and when selecting a connection for a package.
- Domain — domain where WordPress is running.
- User — user account name or email to log in with.
- Password — password to your WordPress account.