How to upload content to WordPress using GrassBlade xAPI Companion? Pankaj Agrawal June 28, 2017 06:04 Follow Watch this video on uploading Tin Can content on WordPress. Home | GrassBlade xAPI Companion | GrassBlade LRS Have more questions? Submit a request 5 Comments Date Votes 0 purva bathe November 23, 2016 06:00 Hello, I am uploading the same way as shown in the video. When i update and preview able to see the page but uploaded xAPI content showing 403 Forbidden Error Page. What am i doing wrong? Please see the below screenshot for this. Edited by purva bathe November 23, 2016 06:34 0 Paul Nelson June 27, 2017 10:12 Hi I am trying to upload a Tin can zip course to over write an existing one - it doesnt seem to do this do i need to create a new URL set up? 0 support June 27, 2017 15:39 Hi Paul – I ran into this a year ago or so, and found that a simple file replacement works. Assuming:- Both courses are Tin Can and therefore have the same manifest name- You have FTP access to the site You can use your FTP software to access the site and overwrite the directory of files for the course, which are located in the /public_html/wp-content/uploads/grassblade/ file path. Of course be careful to ensure that you are overwriting the correct course, assuming you have more than one. After doing this the new files should show when you launch the course. (If not, try clearing the Browser cache.) Hope this helps! Dan at PathWise Solutions 0 Pankaj Agrawal June 28, 2017 06:02 I believe it is generally browser cache. Because its very likely that you will upload a modified version of same content to the same xAPI Content page. 0 Pankaj Agrawal June 28, 2017 06:04 Hi Purva, I believe I looked at it very late and you should have figured out, but for others who see it again. The forbidden errors are generally due to Modsecurity rules. Pankaj Please sign in to leave a comment.