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Gets or sets the username. The username. Gets or sets the password. The password. Gets or sets the URL. The URL. Posts a new entry to a blog. The content. If false, this is a draft post. The postid of the newly-created post. Edits an existing entry on a blog. The content. If false, this is a draft post. Always returns true. Returns the list of categories that have been used in the blog. Returns the most recent draft and non-draft blog posts sorted in descending order by publish date. The number of posts to return. Deletes a post from the blog. The ID of the post to delete. Always returns true. Returns basic user info (name, e-mail, userid, and so on). Gets the blogs for the logged in user. Creates a new media object. The media object. Initializes a new instance of the class. The URL. The username. The password. Retrieve the blogs of the users. Get list of all tags.
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Get the page identified by the page id. Get an array of all the pages on a blog. Get an array of all the pages on a blog. Just the minimum details, lighter than GetPages. Create a new page. Similar to metaWeblog.newPost. Removes a page from the blog. Make changes to a blog page. Get an array of users for the blog. Get an array of available categories on a blog. Create a new category. The title of the category. Description of the category. The ID of the categories parent. If null, will default to 0 (root). Delete a category. Get an array of categories that start with a given string. Upload a file. Gets a comment, given it's comment ID. Note that this only works for WordPress version 2.6.1 or higher. The blogid. The username. The password. The number of posts. Gets the user info. The app key. The username. The password. News the media object. The blogid. The username. The password. The media object. News the post. The blogid. The username. The password. The content. if set to true [publish]. Gets the post. The postid. The username. The password. Gets the user blogs. The username. The blog id. The username. The password. Gets the comment count. The blog id. The username. The password. The post_id. Represents media object info - The URL to the media object. The URL to the media object. Custom field info attached to a blog item. Page. Represents a Media Object - this is usually an image, video, document etc.. The name of the Media Object. The type of the Media Object. The byte array of the Media Object itself. Page. This struct represents the information about a post that could be returned by the EditPost(), GetRecentPosts() and GetPost() methods. A comment on a blog item Shows total number of comments, as well as a break down of comments approved, awaiting moderation, marked as spam. Represents a tag. The id. The name. This is also usually the textual representation of the tag. The number of posts tagged with this tag. The slug of this tag - usually a lowercase version of the tag, with spaces replaced by hyphens.