Connect n8n to WordPress

Connect n8n to WordPress and create fully autonomous workflows directly within your WordPress website. WP Webhooks brings you the utility by creating powerful automation workflows to save not only time, but ressources so that you can focus on what's really important for your business.

All triggers and actions

To learn more about how to connect n8n, simply click on one of the available triggers and actions down below.
Triggers (Send Data)Actions (Receive Data)
The WordPress Logo for our integration Comment created The WordPress Logo for our integration Create comment
The WordPress Logo for our integration Comment deleted The WordPress Logo for our integration Create post
The WordPress Logo for our integration Comment trashed The WordPress Logo for our integration Create user
The WordPress Logo for our integration Comment updated The WordPress Logo for our integration Custom PHP action
The WordPress Logo for our integration Custom trigger called The WordPress Logo for our integration Delete comment
The WordPress Logo for our integration Email sent The WordPress Logo for our integration Delete post
The WordPress Logo for our integration Post created The WordPress Logo for our integration Delete user
The WordPress Logo for our integration Post deleted The WordPress Logo for our integration Get multiple posts
The WordPress Logo for our integration Post trashed The WordPress Logo for our integration Get multiple users
The WordPress Logo for our integration Post updated The WordPress Logo for our integration Get post
The WordPress Logo for our integration User created The WordPress Logo for our integration Get user
The WordPress Logo for our integration User deleted The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration Send data to n8n webhook app
The WordPress Logo for our integration Send email
The WordPress Logo for our integration User updated The WordPress Logo for our integration Set taxonomy term meta
The WordPress Logo for our integration Hook apply_filters fired Pro The WordPress Logo for our integration Set taxonomy terms
The WordPress Logo for our integration Hook do_action fired Pro The WordPress Logo for our integration Test action
The WordPress Logo for our integration New site created Pro The WordPress Logo for our integration Trash comment
The WordPress Logo for our integration Plugin activated Pro The WordPress Logo for our integration Update comment
The WordPress Logo for our integration Plugin deactivated Pro The WordPress Logo for our integration Activate plugin Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Plugin deleted Pro The WordPress Logo for our integration Call PHP function Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Shortcode called Pro The WordPress Logo for our integration Call apply_filters hook Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Taxonomy term created Pro The WordPress Logo for our integration Copy file Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Taxonomy term deleted Pro The WordPress Logo for our integration Copy folder Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Taxonomy term updated Pro The WordPress Logo for our integration Create URL attachment Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration User logged out Pro The WordPress Logo for our integration Create base64 attachment Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration User password reset Pro The WordPress Logo for our integration Create file Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress hook fired Pro The WordPress Logo for our integration Create folder Pro
The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n HTTP request received Pro The WordPress Logo for our integration Create path attachment Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Create taxonomy term Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Deactivate plugin Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Delete attachment Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Delete file Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Delete folder Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Delete taxonomy term Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Fire do_action hook Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Fire multiple webhooks Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Get taxonomy term Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Get taxonomy terms Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Install plugin Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Move file Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Move folder Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Multisite assign user Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Rename file or folder Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Send remote HTTP POST Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Uninstall plugin Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Update plugin Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Update post Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Update taxonomy term Pro
The WordPress Logo for our integration Update user Pro

Get started

Use the help files and links down below to get started using WP Webhooks and get n8n and WordPress connected in no time.

Requirements

For this connection to work, please make sure the following plugins/services are in place:

Documentation

Down below you will find further details on how to take advantage of the features offered by WP Webhooks so that you can get started in no time.

Example use cases

Need some extra inspiration? Check out some of the usage examples for these integrations down below.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, fire multiple webhooks within one request via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, call a PHP function via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, copy a folder via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, delete a comment via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, copy a file via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, get or search for multiple users via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, deactivate a plugin via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, set custom taxonomy terms via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, fire a do_action hook via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, update a user via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, get a single taxonomy term via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, add, update, or delete WP post meta via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, update a comment via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, create a taxonomy term via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, delete a user via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, send a remote HTTP request via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, rename a file or a folder via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, send an email via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, create a comment via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, create an attachment from a URL via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.
When a n8n HTTP request was received via The n8n Logo for our WP Webhooks integration n8n, send a demo action via The WordPress Logo for our integration WordPress.

Integration details

To learn more about the two integrations, we suggest taking a look at their individual descriptions down below.

n8n

n8n is an open-source, node-based Workflow Automation Tool. It allows users to create custom workflows and automate tasks across various services, such as social media, email, and cloud storage. It can be easily extended with custom nodes and offers a web-based interface for creating and managing workflows.

WordPress

WordPress is a free, open-source platform to create websites and blogs. It is used on more than 64 million sites and continuously grows. WP Webhooks is made for WordPress and offers amazing features right out of the box to save you time and resources. It will extend the CMS by WordPress webhooks.

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