can't get self-host login to work
Hello...i'm trying to log into my self-hosted blog on my own website. How should the url look, this is what I'm trying: http://www.shizzlebot.com/wp-admin/index.php
The error is: Connection Error
HTTP status code: 404 was returned. Not found.
The site comes up on my pc with firefox...any suggestions?
I'm using a sprint htc evo and my blog is version 3.0...are there any plugins that need to be installed on the site or just this one on my phone?
are you typing shizzlebot.com in the url text field? That should be all you need to do.
do i need the wp-admin/index.php or anything? I'll give it a try...thank you
Nope, it should be smart enough to figure out where the guts of your blog are :P Did it work?
Mrroundhill, I've got the same problem. I've tried with the direct path and the general (www.c3fever.com) also tried it on my other wp sites and same problem.. I use a samsung moment.. I didn't get the 404 error before I updated :(
@mrmarchuk - In your case your xmlrpc.php file is non existant or in a different place than it should be:
actually it IS there.. wierd. i can see it using my http://FTP..
permissions not set maybe? its at 0644 right now
Looks like you got it working, did the app connect ok?
yep, it was the rewrite rules.. my friend who's hosting it figured it out :) after i told him it was a java.io.inputstreamreader error
*shrug* thanks for the help :)
i have got exactly the same problem here. I cannot connect via Android and also via a iPhone. I can contact the xml-rpc.php and i can contact a testsite at wordpress.com, only the self-hosted doesnt work.
Can you share which rewrite-rules you changed?
Thanks in Advance,
Similiar Problem here too./
I get this nasty message :
And, the only option it gives me for buttons is "OK".
i am not ok. lol.
Any help here ?
@justadam, it could be that the xmlrpc url returned by your blog has a ':' in the URL
Thanks, that worked well.
I changed the settings to accept remote editing.
All the best.
Do ypu mean this line in xmlrpc.php?
$protocol = is_ssl() ? 'https' : 'http';
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