WordPress is one of the most popular open-source content management systems (CMS) that comes with website building features and has millions of users all over the world. Apart from websites and blogs, WordPress is also used to create and manage other web content, such as forums, learning management systems (LMS), media galleries, etc. Its standard features can be significantly extended with free plugins and themes.
To enable document editing and real-time collaboration, the WordPress platform can be integrated with ONLYOFFICE Docs via the official integration app developed by the ONLYOFFICE team. ONLYOFFICE Docs is an open-source office package that comes with a free community version and commercial editions for enterprises and software developers.
The ONLYOFFICE online suite consists of web-based editors for documents, spreadsheets, presentations and fillable forms. ONLYOFFICE Docs is notable for its perfect compatibility with Open Office XLM formats (DOCX, XLSX and PPTS), so it opens and edits any Word, Excel and PowerPoint files without difficulty.
Due to its open API and WOPI support, ONLYOFFICE Docs easily integrates with multiple sync&share solutions, LMS platforms and electronic document management systems, including Nextcloud, Seafile, Nuxeo, ownCloud, Confluence, Alfresco, Plone, Redmine, Moodle, Chamilo, SharePoint, etc.
In this guide, we will tell you how to integrate WordPress with ONLYOFFICE Docs on Ubuntu to enable real-time document editing and co-authoring within the WordPress platform.
What you’ll learn
This guide describes how to connect ONLYOFFICE Docs to the WordPress platform on Ubuntu using the official integration app that allows WordPress users to collaborate on documents, spreadsheets and presentations and add ONLYOFFICE blocks to their posts.
What you’ll need
- WordPress instance
- ONLYOFFICE Docs instance (either Community Edition or Enterprise Edition)
- ONLYOFFICE integration app for WordPress