Is it possible to edit a post that has already been published in WordPress inside the WA SiteContent? One of the reasons I would want to edit from SiteContent is the million+ images that can be accessed there (that would be in addition to the stats that SiteContent shows). I have in the past created a dummy post in SiteContent and added images to it so they are added to the Media files inside Wordpress and then deleted the post which leaves the images. But that is work intensive if it is possible to just edit an already published post from the SiteContent platform. Thanks for the help!

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leoemery Premium
No once you've uploaded it to your site - you can only make changes to your post on your site.
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stevea7777 Premium
Thanks for the info.
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Newme202 Premium Plus
Not usually no
I had to do it once.
All I did was copy and paste it back to Site Content and then correct my images and copy and paste it back to wordpress

Tell me how you can get on
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stevea7777 Premium
Great idea. Thanks Simone.
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Newme202 Premium Plus
You're welcome
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
Hi, if you edited a document in site content and published it, future edits has to be done in wordpress. Site content and wordpress work independently.

I'd place my images in a document in site content and publish it to my site. it will be added to my wordpress media library.
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stevea7777 Premium
Yep- I've noticed the same thing. Thanks.
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AbieAJ Premium Plus
Sometimes when you paste in site content, screen starts jumping up and down. Try pasting in plain text, it may work.
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Jaz333 Premium
Once a post has already been published via site content, all future editing will need to be done directly in wordpress. This post will give you some free image sources and a work around to using the site content image library: Good luck, Shannon
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stevea7777 Premium
Thanks for the info. Greatly appreciated.
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baughsten Premium Plus
That's a great question. I'd like to now the answer also.
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