How To Connect Zyppy to WordPress

When you connect Zyppy to WordPress, you can automatically make updates on your site, without touching any code or a WordPress editor. You’ll need to create a special application password and install our custom plugin, which you can find explained below.

Zyppy is compatible with the following SEO plugins:

You’ll need to have one of these plugins installed and active for Zyppy to work.

To enter your information on the Zyppy dashboard, you’ll need three things:

1. API URL:
Zyppy will attempt to autofill this for you. Typically, the API URL is /wp-json at the directory where you have WordPress installed. So a typical API URL might look like this –

https://example.com/wp-json

2. Username or email:
Here, you’ll need to provide your email address or WordPress username (or you can create a new user.) It’s important to note that the user needs at least Administrator user permissions.

3. Application Password:
You can create an Application Password for Zyppy in your WordPress Admin panel.

  1. Navigate to “Users” and select the username you entered in step 2 above.
  2. Scroll down until you find “Application Passwords”
  3. Enter a name for your new Application Password, e.g., “Zyppy”
  4. Click “Add New Application Password”
  5. Copy and paste the new password into Zyppy. The password will only appear once. If you lose it, you’ll need to generate a new one (and in which case you should revoke the old one.)

WordPress Application Password for Zyppy

4. WordPress SEO REST API
Now you can install our custom WordPress SEO Rest API from the dashboard.

The SEO API plugin adds common SEO fields to the built-in WordPress REST API. This allows authenticated apps (like Zyppy) to make SEO changes to your pages/posts on your behalf.

Manually installing the plugin:

If for whatever reason, Zyppy is unable to install the plugin, you can manually install the plugin from your WordPress Dashboard by following these steps.

1. Navigate to your plugins

2. Hit “Add New”

3. Search for “Zyppy SEO Rest API”

4. Install and activate the plugin

At this point, Zyppy will validate your settings and you can hit “Save.”

Note: if your site uses certain caching solutions (e.g., Cloudflare, specific WordPress plugins, or hosting configurations), it may take time for your Zyppy optimizations to appear live.