[wp-trac] [WordPress Trac] #2419: Using Audioblog with WordPress 2.0

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Fri Feb 10 04:04:24 GMT 2006

#2419: Using Audioblog with WordPress 2.0
       Id:  2419            |      Status:  new                     
Component:  Administration  |    Modified:  Fri Feb 10 04:04:24 2006
 Severity:  normal          |   Milestone:  2.0                     
 Priority:  normal          |     Version:  2.0                     
    Owner:  anonymous       |    Reporter:  tdillard                
 I use the Audioblog service (www.audioblog.com) to publish audio and video
 to my WordPress 2.0 blog. The service worked fine with WordPress 1.5.2,
 but encountered problems when I upgraded to WP 2.0.

 At first I had problems even publishing, but Audioblog support told me
 that WP 2.0 didn't like Iframes, and to add some code to the very end of
 my wp-config.php file, which I did (before the last ?>):

 $allowedposttags["iframe"] = array("src" => array(),
  "height" => array(), "width" => array(), "frameborder" => array(),
  "scroll" => array(), "scrolling" => array());

 Audioblog will now publish to WP 2.0 fine using xmlrpc.php, but I cannot
 edit the posts in WP. When I go into edit mode and try and save, whether
 I've made changes or not, I get the message "Errors on page" in the status
 bar of my browser. The changes, if any, DO get made, but when I go back to
 my blog's main page that post is the only one which shows, and my sidebar
 is missing. For this reason, I have to use a work-around in Audioblog
 which doesn't allow for their video to appear inline in my posts.

 I don't know very much programming, certainly not enough to delve into the
 inner workings of WP, but the problem appears to be with the post module,
 since everything publishes OK from Audioblog, and displays OK at first,
 but generates errors once I try to save or publish.

 An example of a video post using inline video that I published using
 Audioblog under WP 1.5.2 can be found at

 My current work-around, which involves opening the video in a new window,
 is at http://www.righttrack.us/2006/02/05/alabama-church-burnings/

 My blog (The Right Track) is located at www.righttrack.us. I'm willing to
 share my login info for my blog and Audioblog to resolve this issue, if
 need be. I generated a lot of traffic with my video posts, and need a
 reliable way to keep doing them.

 Please let me know if I can provide you with further information.

 Terry Dillard
 tdillard at gmail.com

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