It depends what you mean incorporate.
If you simply are happy with a link to the sailwave results, this is what most do, then all you do is publish ( normally by ftp ) to a public area on your webhost ( or another webhost or any web accessible storage e.g. AWS, Google Cloud Storage , etc it doesn’t matter ) and add the link to the file to your ‘post’ normally manually.
However, if you want to be clever and make the results look an integral part of your website, some coding magic is required. e.g. the way we do here http://www.papercourt-sc.org.uk/results/?base=2017-spring-sun-GH2.html&dir=club-series
In this case, the files are uploaded to the wordpress/uploads folder, some custom PHP code reads the list of files and
Identifies the title of the event - and calls wordpress functions to add a new menu item to the ‘results’ menu for each file on the upload area
Removes the html header & footer ( leaving just the content ) and ‘inserts’ this into the WordPress themes’ header and footer ( the WordPress theme also contains the CSS to style the results table )
Thus giving you an automated and integrated results table within WordPress.
If there were enough demand for this method, I could genericise my code and create a plugin.
—In email@example.com, <nudge2@…> wrote :
Hiya, I have done a brief search but can’t find a definitive answer
Can anyone assist me on how I can incorporate Sailwave into a wordpress site, I understand I have to strip somethings out? I did read on one thread that people were using dropbox as a feed folder but there is no plug in for it for wordpress only joomla is that correct?
Sorry for a noob question but totally new to this software and would appreciate any guidance step by step help to get it integrated would be majorally appreciated