If you find that you are unable to post to your weblog from viJournal, it may be because your provider has changed its posting URL. (This is the address shown in the first field of Blogging Preferences.)
The current URLs are:
New Blogger: http://www2.blogger.com/api (see note on New Blogger below)
Blogger alt: http://plant.blogger.com/api/RPC2
Blogger.com has recently begun offering users upgraded accounts using their new service. If you have switched to one of these accounts, you will need to update the following settings in viJournal's Blogging preferences:
username your Google account username
password your Google account password
Your Blog ID stays the same.
I don't use LiveJournal or Blogger - how can I use viJournal to post to my blog?
We get asked this question a lot. By default, viJournal supports posting to weblogs hosted by Blogger and LiveJournal. However, that doesn't mean those are the only hosts you can use viJournal with. Any weblog which implements the Blogger or LiveJournal APIs will do. (Movable Type, for example, supports the Blogger API.)
Here's what you need to do to make viJournal work with one of these weblogs:
1 Get the URL for your host's Blogger or LiveJournal XML-RPC endpoint. You should be able to obtain this from whoever provides your weblog hosting. You may also need the Blog ID of your weblog.
2 Enter your details in the Blogging section of viJournal Preferences. Choose either Blogger or LiveJournal from the popup menu, depending on which API your provider implements. Then enter the endpoint URL in the URL field, and your username, password and so on.
3 Start posting!