Multiple Wordpress Integrations

Discussion in 'Integration' started by doyo, Apr 5, 2015.

  1. doyo

    doyo New Member

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    In following the steps, all 4 steps, on this doc page:
    http://www.amember.com/docs/How_to_link_aMember_to_different_wordpress_blogs
    I was able to integrate a second wordpress blog at my website.

    For your reference while reading the rest of this post- I copied the /wordpress/ integration folder and renamed the copy /wordpress1/

    However, when a person attempted to purchase a subscription to my website, she received a fatal error. The error was related to the second wordpress integration. To be more specific, to the bricks.php in the /wordpress1/ folder.

    I apologise for not posting the exact error, but I fixed it rather quickly and I do not want to go back and recreate it for this post.

    To fix the error, I renamed every instance of "wordpress" to "wordpress1" in the bricks.php. That fixed the error. I didn't stop at the bricks.php file, I replaced every instance of "wordpress" to "wordpress1" in the files
    • api.php
    • network.php
    • wordpress1.php
    • default/layout.phtml -- changed get('wordpress') to get('wordpress1')
      and, even though I am not actually using the themes listed, in the various /theme-name/layout.phtml, I changed get('wordpress') to get('wordpress1').

    All of the files mentioned above are located in the renamed /wordpress1/ folder. The original folder /wordpress/ is in the file path of: /amember/application/default/plugins/protect/wordpress​

    Heads-up- What I posted above might or might not have been the correct thing to do. I have not found any problems with it so far, but let it be known that I am no expert on this matter.
  2. alexander

    alexander Administrator Staff Member

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    Thanks for the information.
    What aMember version do you have installed?
    I just tested this on my local install, that instruction is correct, no additional steps are required.
    So I believe this was fixed since your version already
  3. doyo

    doyo New Member

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    I'll check and see ...
    I have aMember Pro™ 4.5.3

    I'll see if wordpress plugins are versioned ...
    According the wordpress.php in the folder
    /amember/application/default/plugins/protect/wordpress
    it is const PLUGIN_REVISION = '4.5.1';

    Perhaps my plugin is not the latest version? I'll be sure to update it soon.

    Thank You!
  4. alexander

    alexander Administrator Staff Member

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    Yes you should upgrade your plugins to latest version.
    Current version is 4.5.3

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