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Incorporating Wordpress into an existing site

Thread began 3/08/2010 3:33 pm by vtolbert266023 | Last modified 4/29/2010 6:14 pm by vtolbert266023 | 864 views | 2 replies |

vtolbert266023

Incorporating Wordpress into an existing site

My client's site uses DataAssist, SecurityAssist, Universal_Email, ValidationToolkit, and WADbSearch. They would like to include Wordpress functions for their internal staff and later for their clients. Right now their internal staff is not using the secure login, so it should be possible to just add in Wordpress and have them log into there. Their clients ARE using the current WebAssist login, though. How can wordpress be added to their features without having 2 logins?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

to be 100% honest, I have not used WordPress, so I cant say with certainty how to incorporate it into your site.

I now that there are people who have added word press to sites that use SecurityAssist for login, so it can be done. I dont know the specifics on how though.

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vtolbert266023

Thanks!

A belated thank you Jason for your comment on this question. Ironically I'm still wondering about the issue, and a google search brought up my question and your comment.

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