WordPress plugin

If you're running WordPress you should install the ContentKing plugin to benefit from on-the-fly auditing and the Edit Page button, allowing you to jump to the specific page in your WordPress CMS with a single click.

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Installing the WordPress plugin is easy, just follow the two steps below.

Retrieving your API token

First you'll need to get your ContentKing account's CMS API token. You'll find it in the Account section, under the Account Settings tab.

API token

Installing the WordPress plugin

Next, in WordPress go to Plugins -> Add New and search for ContentKing. Click the Install Now button, and once the installation is finished enter the API token in the plugin settings.

And that's it! From now on, whenever you make any changes to your pages ContentKing will immediately audit the page and you'll have the super handy Edit in WordPress button at your fingertips!

A note on caching

These days it's good practice to install a caching plugin on WordPress websites. This speeds up load times and reduces stress on the server. If you're using a caching plugin, it's important to note in very rare cases ContentKing may not see page changes until the cache expires or is manually flushed.

We're here if you need us

Got a question, concern, comment or SOS regarding the new WordPress plugin? Don't hesitate to reach out. We're always happy to help!

Working in something besides WordPress?

Our new general-purpose API makes it easy to integrate ContentKing into whatever platform your websites are running on. Have a look here to find out more.