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Is there wordpress post text limit?

urkoval

Member
Hi, I'm trying to automate wordpress blog post and I get an error if the post content is a little long. Is there a limit or it's my wordpress.
It just says server internal error.
 

urkoval

Member
Do you use something like ChatGPT to create the post?
There is a token limit from their side typically.
No, no. I get some data from a Google sheet and with those y create a post mixing text and the data.
I first thought it was the wordpress tags like <!-- paragraph --> but no. In my tests the only way to publish is with a very short text.
 

ArshilAhmad

Moderator
Staff member
Please add a WordPress 'Create a Post' action event to Route 3 of your workflow, compose the post that's causing this error in your workflow, and then click on 'Save & Send Test Request'. Once done please let me know.
 

ArshilAhmad

Moderator
Staff member
The issue appears to be related to the use of double quotation marks within the content you were attempting to post. I replaced them with single quotation marks, which appears to have resolved the issue.
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urkoval

Member
The issue appears to be related to the use of double quotation marks within the content you were attempting to post. I replaced them with single quotation marks, which appears to have resolved the issue.
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One more question. I want to insert a reusable block in the post. Code is <!-- wp:block {"ref":3241} /--> But I see I can't use double quotes and single ones don't work. What I get in the post code (shift+ctrl+alt+M) is <!-- wp:block /-->

Is there a walkaround?
 
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