Hi folks, anyone know how to get an address to be able to have remote articles posted on hubpages? Such as like with Blogger (I know it's a blog and different), has a link that you can just post an article or post to the blog, and it's an e-mail address, and the post just appears on the blog. But many of these types of site have a remote address such as .gggg.sisiss.com.remote.php or similar, where another articale posting app or site can post an article for you, with the login id and pass of course...
Any help please>>??!!
It's not possible here. You can post a request on suggestions forum, and if people support the idea, it might be considered for implementation.
Misha, you keep trying on new looks.
Re the email posting, I've not heard of anyone else express a desire for it, but I can see how it could be handy, assuming you are only uploading text. Honestly though, I don't see how it could be done with the way HP is set up with the various types of capsules and all.
I think it would be a bit hard to implement since hubs are more than just text and include capsules.
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