memoQ server can receive translation jobs directly from content management systems (CMS) such as WordPress. Before a CMS system (such as a WordPress web site) can send translation jobs, you need to set up a connection for it in Server Administrator.

A CMS connection is a permission for a specific CMS system to sent translation jobs to memoQ server. Most of the time, a CMS system is a web server or a web site. Currently, memoQ server can accept translation jobs from WordPress web sites.

Before you set up a connection: Turn on the CMS connector in the memoQ server deployment tool. To learn more: See the CMS Adapter section of the Configure server topic from the memoQ server deployment tool help pages.

How to get here

1.At the very top of the memoQ window - in the Quick Access toolbar quick-access-default -, click the Server Administrator (cogwheel in a cloud) icon-server-administrator icon. The Server Administrator window opens, with the Connection pane.

Or: On the Project ribbon, click Server Administrator.

2.Under Category, click CMS connections. The CMS connections pane appears.


What can you do?

At the top of the window, there is a list of CMS connections. For each CMS system, there is a connection. Most of the time, a CMS system is a web server or a web site.

Add a CMS connection

Edit a CMS connection

Delete a CMS connection

Copy the details of a connection to the clipboard

When you finish

After you set up a new connection, you need to configure the CMS system to use it. Before you do it, select the connection in the CMS connections page, and click Copy client configuration to the Clipboard. Paste the details in a text document, and send it to the person who will configure the CMS system.

Click to expand instructions to configure WordPress sites

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