I am new to WordPress and I have been hacking around the API in order to correct the links in my old blog posts that I imported when I moved from BlogEngine.net to WP.  In doing so, I found a lot of people questioning how to find out what their $siteid is.

As it turns out, it is quite simple to get this information.

I did it like this:

  1. Install the chrome postman extension.  It is free and allows you to make JSON requests from chrome.
  2. Enter the URL: https://public-api.wordpress.com/rest/v1/sites/www.yoursitenamehere.com
  3. Choose GET in the drop down box.
  4. Press the Send button.
  5. The results displayed will show your siteid as ID and some other information.

*Note you replace the www.yoursitenamehere.com text in step 1 with your actual fully qualified domain name.

Example of getting $siteid for a wordpress site.

This is not my fix, but it works and I added pretty pictures 😀

Original Solution Thread

Step 1: Login to Outlook Web Client and click Options.



Step 2: Click Mobile Devices on the left menu.


Step 3: Choose your phone in the list on the right by clicking it and then click the Remove Device from List link.


This process was non-destructive and worked like a champ.  I could not get in to the options that were disabled by remote administrator and my phone still syncs with exchange.

So I went in and took 5 of the 6 new beta exams (the 6th one was the TS Exam for Web, that one was full and could not take it for free) and I am happy to say I passed 5 of the 5 I took.  I just need to take the Web TS and I should add Web Developer 4 and Enterprise Developer 4 to the MCPD.

Now my Microsoft Certifications look like this:

Pro: Designing and Developing Web Applications Using Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0
Apr 09, 2010

Pro: Designing and Developing Windows Applications Using Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0
Apr 08, 2010

TS: Microsoft .NET Framework 4, Accessing Data with ADO.NET
Apr 07, 2010

TS: Microsoft .NET Framework 4, Windows Communication Foundation Development
Apr 06, 2010

TS: Microsoft .NET Framework 4, Windows Applications Development
Apr 05, 2010