Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 10 years, you know the popularity and widespread use of WordPress for creating blogs the world over. Open source, active community, simple to use and incredibly versatile, WordPress shares many characteristics with Moodle. It is natural that there should be many ways to connect a WordPress site to a Moodle site.
Igor Sazonov has recently had his plugin WordPress Feed approved for the Moodle.org plugin directory. As you can imagine, this plugin allows you to display a block on your Moodle site that shows your WordPress blog feed. Here is an example of what it looks like:
The plugin requires that you install and activate the WordPress REST API v1 plugin or WordPress REST API v2 plugin on your WP website. There are excellent, detailed instructions on the GitHub page for the plugin here.
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