CSS inside a post trough the XMLRPC

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  • #348925

    alexmwe
    Member

    I have a application that exports HTML containing CSS to a wordpress blog. If I try that on my own blog that I installed on my own server (out-of-the-box) it works like a charm. When I do the same to my blog on wordpress.com it shows the stylesheet as text on the blog, it removed the ‘style type=”text/css”‘ ‘/style’ tags.

    Does this have a special reason? Did I forget to switch something on on my wordpress.com blog?

    #349025

    raincoaster
    Member

    We cannot tell without a link to your Wp.com blog and the information of whether or not you’ve got the paid CSS upgrade.

    #349028

    alexmwe
    Member

    I did not pay for anything, it’s a test account.
    So it is correct that my wp.com blog does not support CSS?

    Is there any way I can test for that through the XMLRPC?

    #349033

    raincoaster
    Member

    Your WordPress.com blog does not support CSS changes except in the web-based free Preview UNLESS you purchase the CSS upgrade.

    And sorry, I do not know what “XMLRPC” is.

    #349039

    alexmwe
    Member

    Thank you, that helps a lot.
    How can one see if a certain account has that upgrade? (for instance on my blog alexmwe.wordpress.com)

    The XMLRPC is the interface where you can communicate with the blog from other apps.

    #349041

    raincoaster
    Member

    If you did not pay for the upgrade, you do not have it. Note that the CSS upgrade here will not give you complete CSS freedom; I recommend you read the FAQ very carefully before attempting to purchase it. It will not allow you to change the underlying theme operation.

    #349044

    alexmwe
    Member

    It’s not that I want to use CSS in my blog but I’m writing a application that exports HTML with a stylesheet attached into a blogpost. So I would like to be able to check if the user that is using my application has a paid account yes or no.

    #349073

    On WordPress.com CSS style sections in posts are removed for security reasons.

    #349200

    alexmwe
    Member

    Then I’ll just disable it for wordpress.com blogs.

    Thanks for the response

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