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how configuring my login / membership area with a wordpress blog section.

Thread began 7/20/2015 1:38 am by s.joiner74419001 | Last modified 7/20/2015 4:12 pm by Ray Borduin | 667 views | 2 replies |


how to configure my login / membership area with a wordpress blog section.

I have a membership area which was created with databridge and paid support from Ray. Once the application and payment has been made the user has access ti our members area. The login feature is situated in the web-site template header so it is accessible from all non-member pages throughout the site. I have subsequently introduced a news section to the site in the Wordpress framework. Although I am new to Wordpress I have managed to replicate the website header and footer so the blog pages at least have the same feel as the website. my problem I have is that I am unaware I can add the login feature, or any other functions from databridge to the blog pages. I have Wordpress contained in a folder inside the site root folder named 'news'. So for me to achieve my task is it a problem that all the application/login/payment files are outside this subfolder.

I have attached a screenshot of my site structure if it helps.

Help please

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Hi. To expand on my issue, so far, I have tried adding php code to the top of the index.php file ( the home page within Wordpress.) From the root folder, this is located at: news/wp-content/themes/twentyfourteen/index.php. As soon as the code is added the page does not load. The index file pulls in the WP templates that build the page so I even tried using the header template to hold the php code but still no joy.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'm not sure why adding it to the index page wouldn't work... If you need help with this, I'm sure we can get it done in a premium support ticket.

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