Difference between revisions of "Integration/Wordpress"

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*[[Edit Templates]]
 
*[[Edit Templates]]
 
*[[Creating Error Messages]]
 
*[[Creating Error Messages]]
*[[Page/Post/Category Protection Settings]] ''Not Complete''
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*[[Page/Post/Category Protection Settings]] - ''Not Complete''
*[[Redirect Settings]]
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*[[Redirect Settings]] - ''Not Complete''
*[[Search/Archive Protection Settings]]
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*[[Search/Archive Protection Settings]] - ''Not Complete''
*[[WordPress Custom Menu Control]]
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*[[WordPress Custom Menu Control]] - ''Not Complete''
*[[Content Protection Using Shortcodes]]
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*[[Content Protection Using Shortcodes]] - ''Not Complete''
*[[aMember Provided WordPress Widgets]]
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*[[aMember Provided WordPress Widgets]] - ''Not Complete''
  
 
=====Implementation Scenarios=====
 
=====Implementation Scenarios=====
*[[Protecting Links to Media]]
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*[[Protecting Links to Media]] - ''Not Complete''
*[[Teasing With Dynamic Menus]]
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*[[Teasing With Dynamic Menus]] - ''Not Complete''
*[[Dealing With Existing WordPress Users]]
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*[[Dealing With Existing WordPress Users]] - ''Not Complete''

Revision as of 16:41, 12 November 2011

The WordPress module is part of aMember's core software package. Therefore, no additional software is needed to perform the aMember/WordPress integration. This section will cover how to setup/configure the WordPress integration on both the aMember side and the WordPress side. These instructions assume you have a working installation of aMember and WordPress.

Please send any questions, comments, or content contributions to this email.

Setup/Configurations Made in aMember
Setup/Configurations Made in WordPress
Implementation Scenarios