This plugin provides a host-meta – file for WordPress (RFC: http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6415).
From the RFC:
Web-based protocols often require the discovery of host policy or metadata, where host is not a single resource but the entity controlling the collection of resources identified by URIs with a common host as defined. While these protocols have a wide range of metadata needs, they often define metadata that is concise, has simple syntax requirements, and can benefit from storing its metadata in a common location used by other related protocols.
Because there is no URI or a resource available to describe a host, many of the methods used for associating per-resource metadata (such as HTTP headers) are not available. This often leads to the overloading of the root HTTP resource (e.g. ‘http://example.com/’) with host metadata that is not specific to the root resource (e.g. a home page or web application), and which often has nothing to do it.
This memo registers the “well-known” URI suffix ‘host-meta’ in the Well-Known URI Registry established by, and specifies a simple, general-purpose metadata document for hosts, to be used by multiple Web-based protocols.
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Follow the normal instructions for installing WordPress plugins.
Automatic Plugin Installation
To add a WordPress Plugin using the built-in plugin installer:
- Go to Plugins > Add New.
- Type “
host-meta” into the Search Plugins box.
- Find the WordPress Plugin you wish to install.
- Click Details for more information about the Plugin and instructions you may wish to print or save to help setup the Plugin.
- Click Install Now to install the WordPress Plugin.
- The resulting installation screen will list the installation as successful or note any problems during the install.
- If successful, click Activate Plugin to activate it, or Return to Plugin Installer for further actions.
Manual Plugin Installation
There are a few cases when manually installing a WordPress Plugin is appropriate.
- If you wish to control the placement and the process of installing a WordPress Plugin.
- If your server does not permit automatic installation of a WordPress Plugin.
- If you want to try the latest development version.
Installation of a WordPress Plugin manually requires FTP familiarity and the awareness that you may put your site at risk if you install a WordPress Plugin incompatible with the current version or from an unreliable source.
Backup your site completely before proceeding.
To install a WordPress Plugin manually:
- Download your WordPress Plugin to your desktop.
- Download from the WordPress directory
- Download from GitHub
- If downloaded as a zip archive, extract the Plugin folder to your desktop.
- With your FTP program, upload the Plugin folder to the
wp-content/pluginsfolder in your WordPress directory online.
- Go to Plugins screen and find the newly uploaded Plugin in the list.
- Click Activate to activate it.
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Registro de cambios
- update requirements
- fixed “flush rewrite rules”
- complete refactoring
- updated dependencies
- updated escaping methods
- small changes
- WordPress coding stye
- added missing „static“ to init function
- added WP-API discovery
- added RSD discovery
- removed deprecated
hmnamespace and items
- WordPress coding standard
- some small bug-fixes
- better compatibility with other plugins
- bug fix
- bug fix
- deprecated well-known plugin
- implemented new well-known hooks
- some changes to support http://unhosted.org
- fixed ostatus compatibility issue: http://status.net/open-source/issues/3235
- added jrd support
- implements the new well-known hook
- Initial release