# knit2wp

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##### Knit an R Markdown document and post it to WordPress

This function is a wrapper around the RWordPress package. It compiles an R Markdown document to HTML and post the results to WordPress.

##### Usage
knit2wp(input, title = "A post from knitr", ...,
envir = parent.frame(), shortcode = FALSE, action = c("newPost",
"editPost", "newPage"), postid, publish = TRUE)
##### Arguments
input

Filename of the Rmd document.

title

Title of the post.

...

Other meta information of the post, e.g. categories = c('R', 'Stats') and mt_keywords = c('knitr', 'wordpress'), et cetera.

envir

Environment in which code chunks are to be evaluated, for example, parent.frame(), new.env(), or globalenv()).

shortcode

A length-2 logical vector: whether to use the shortcode [sourcecode lang='lang'], which can be useful to WordPress.com users for syntax highlighting of source code and output. The first element applies to source code, and the second applies to text output. By default, both are FALSE.

action

Whether to create a new post, update an existing post, or create a new page.

postid

If action is editPost, the post id postid must be specified.

publish

Boolean: publish the post immediately?

##### Note

This function will convert the encoding of the post and the title to UTF-8 internally. If you have additional data to send to WordPress (e.g. keywords and categories), you may have to manually convert them to the UTF-8 encoding with the iconv(x, to = 'UTF-8') function (especially when using Windows).

##### References

https://yihui.name/knitr/demo/wordpress/

• knit2wp
##### Examples
# NOT RUN {
# see the reference
# }

Documentation reproduced from package knitr, version 1.26, License: GPL

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