Wordpress Plugin Features

Discussion in 'Pre-Sales Questions' started by dreemr13, Jul 13, 2009.

  1. dreemr13

    dreemr13 New Member

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    I have used Amember for about 5 years (under different user as username is my full name), and I have a Wordpress blog I just installed.

    I have searched this site high and low and cannot actually find any features of any of the plugins.:confused:

    What I want to do, is intergrate the new blog with my existing amember setup, but I want limited public access too. Either:

    1) Wordpress only displays a few lines of the post for non amember members.
    2) Wordpress free and amember member content.
    This is just a value added blog for my exisiting members area, but I want some sort of public access to encourage the main membership.

    Can the plugin do either of these? And is there a detailed feature list for all the plugins somewhere?
  2. davidm1

    davidm1 aMember User & Partner

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    Checkout my signature for a demo of wordpress/amember integration.

    The plugin copies over amember user data into wordpress so you can control access to content, and also allows a single login.

    David
  3. dspruiell

    dspruiell New Member

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    Single Signup ?

    Does it supporst single signup ?? and single signin ??
  4. davidm1

    davidm1 aMember User & Partner

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    Yes.

    David
  5. dspruiell

    dspruiell New Member

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    how to do that i am not able to make it as wordpress uses Users table with MD5 encryption and amemer use member table with plain text

    how to configure this ?
  6. davidm1

    davidm1 aMember User & Partner

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    Users sign up in amember- it then copies them over to wordpress.
    The plugin handles this and creating the wordpress login cookie for single login.


    David

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