[wp-xmlrpc] Future Publishing

Daniel Jalkut jalkut at red-sweater.com
Fri Oct 9 14:03:24 UTC 2009

I'm not sure if this technique is what you consider the "hack," but  
with WordPress, an easy way to "future post" is literally to set the  
published date of the post to a future time.  If WordPress sees that  
the date is newer than now, it will automatically save the incoming  
post as a scheduled future post instead of publishing it immediately.


On Oct 9, 2009, at 10:02am, AJ Cerqueti wrote:

> Hi,
> Are there plans to add a wp_newPost() function to xmlrpc.php, or is  
> it felt that all requirements are met by blogger_newPost() and  
> mw_newPost()?
> I'm just wondering, as I can't seem to figure out a way to Future  
> Publish, without a hack. It seems to be the only option missing from  
> the whole post_new.php page.
> Am I totally missing something, is there a workaround, or is this  
> not something that is felt is needed?
> Thanks,
> AJ Cerqueti
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