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Storing content as SQL for later WP publishing

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by leftbrainer, Jul 12, 2009.

  1. leftbrainer

    leftbrainer Registered Member

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    Hello:
    I am scarcely a programmer - more of a content person - so I would love to hear some advice on this.

    Basically, I want to start trying to store all my content in a database, no matter what kind of file it originally comes to me as.

    Why? Because from what I can tell, if I store it as SQL, it can easily be published online because wordpress runs off of SQL - right?

    Even better, if it's possible for me to set up like some sort of online content management system, such that everytime I get writers to do work for me, they just log on and instead of writing it as txt of doc files, they just input the fields like say they were filling out a form ----title field, article body field, keywords, etc.


    What would it take to implement something like this?

    Please let me know....

    Tx
     
  2. invinceable

    invinceable Regular Member

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    Wordpress should be able to take care of this, just let them login to your blog and post articles so they don't have to use a word processor to type the article.