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My old dev messed up and i got no clue


Buschapa

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Hello, I'm building a website and have bought the forum license as someone recommended it to me

However, I have some issues. I'd like to have a single-sign-on integrated which looks the same and has the same functions in the forum and on the website.

I've paid someone to make the forum look like my website but I think he got rid of important features (log-in/register lol) of my website in order to save some time :/

 

Now my question: could someone help me to integrate a log-in/register widget on both ends (website/forum) and have it not redirect to "wordpress-login".  I dont have too much money to spare unfortunately but i could pay a little if someone can help me.

My website is: www.pokerreign.com

The plug-in single-sign-on should already be integrated on my website.

 

Thanks in advance for responses and help.

 

Best regards - Pierre

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TBH I have no clue. I'm new to all of this. I'm using a specific WordPress theme and thought id need a website to realise my goals. I didn't know that IPS has the same functions as a WordPress website.  Im trying to become a poker affiliate and thought it would be helpful for users to have a place to chat and so i bought the IPS software. Do you know if what i want can be done?

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19 minutes ago, Buschapa said:

TBH I have no clue. I'm new to all of this. I'm using a specific WordPress theme and thought id need a website to realise my goals. I didn't know that IPS has the same functions as a WordPress website.  Im trying to become a poker affiliate and thought it would be helpful for users to have a place to chat and so i bought the IPS software. Do you know if what i want can be done?

I don't know what you want, If you mean a home page to add articles, yes it can be done with IPS, you can do exactly the same thing as your homepage right now with pages application.

 

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This third party app can do full SSO and bridge with WordPress but it’s very expensive... but looking at it, it looks like it treats IPS login as master (bypass WP) whilst keeping both user databases in sync.

It sounds like you already have an existing user base on your front WordPress site. 

Having a bridge with SSO is only the first step .. if you want it to feel “seamless” you will need to tweak your theme in both WP and IPS, particularly the navigation and header.

 

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Hello, thanks very much for the response! Yes, exactly. It needs a lot of tweaks to the navigation bar. I do have a very little existing user database at wordpress but that doesn't matter, I could take the loss. basically, the thing that gives me a headache is to integrate a login/registration widget which looks the same on both ends and has the same/similar functions. And btw, ive bought and got the single-sign-on running already but i just dont know how to manage the earler stated problem -  making it look and function the same on both ends. I bought this https://invisioncommunity.com/services/sso

 

Thanks again for the answers!  ? And maybe someone can help me.. i have zero ideas about coding..

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Well the 3rd party app I linked to above looks like it has login/register WP widgets:

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I’m guessing whoever did your solution they would have done the same? You would have had to install a SSO plugin on the WP side which should have added new widgets too right? So you could tweak the WP widgets on your site, that’s the approach I would take.

You’ll probably need to follow up with IPS if they did the solution for you.. we don’t know exactly what or how they did it for your site.

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