Transferring/Uploading Data from DB to WordPress

Since you are building the scraping functionality outside of WordPress, you will have to use a way that allows you to add contents to WordPress from the outside as well. I basically see three options: Update via the REST API – Using the REST API you can post updates to the WordPress contents. You can …

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Sending posts from Python to WordPress

Use the REST API at /wp-json, there are endpoints for retrieving posts that you can POST to. You will need a plugin installed to provide authentication, I recommend OAuth2. Then, you can use an OAuth2 and a REST API library in python. You do not need to use a WordPress specific library.

Site searches by Python for non-existent assets

What are the python searches? Are they like bad bots? Most probably just “bad bots” searching for potential vulnerabilities. How do I block or prevent them? Well, you are already serving a 404 by the sounds of it, so it’s really a non-issue. However, you can prevent the request from going through WordPress by blocking …

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Run Python Script on WordPress Website

This issue of permission denied is resolved.. Permission was already given but I have added ‘env python’ in the popen function.. Now the code is running as expected.. add_shortcode( ‘run_test_py’, ‘test_py’ ); function test_py( $attributes ) { $data = shortcode_atts( [ ‘file’ => ‘’ ], $attributes ); $handle = popen(‘env python ‘. __DIR__ . “” …

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Running a python script within wordpress

You can use popen() to read or write to a Python script (this works with any other language too). If you need interaction (passing variables) use proc_open(). A simple example to print Hello World! in a WordPress plugin Create the plugin, register a shortcode: <?php # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- /* Plugin Name: Python embedded …

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Proper way to assert type of variable in Python

The isinstance built-in is the preferred way if you really must, but even better is to remember Python’s motto: “it’s easier to ask forgiveness than permission”!-) (It was actually Grace Murray Hopper’s favorite motto;-). I.e.: This, BTW, lets the function work just fine on Unicode strings — without any extra effort!-)

File “/usr/bin/pip”, line 9, in from pip import main ImportError: cannot import name main

TL;DR The ‘ideal’ solution (Ubuntu/Debian way):$ python -m pip uninstall pip to uninstall the new pip 10 and retain your Ubuntu/Debian-provided patched pip 8. For a system-wide installation of modules use apt wherever possible (unless you are in a virtualenv), more on it below. In older Ubuntu/Debian versions, always add –user flag when using pip outside of virtualenvs (installs into ~/.local/, default in …

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