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Integrating registration and login with my site

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  • kevinjohngallagher


    Hi Pedagog,

    You’re not wrong. ther are more options for login/registration in WordPress. The simple solution is to physically point the links for login and registration to the WordPress ones.

    Anywhere you output a link to bb-login, just change that to wp-login. You will have to edit your theme to make this happen, but its well worth it



    Hello Kevin

    Thanks for your reply. I’m not using WP, but I think I get your point. At the moment, I can register new members through ‘my’ admin, and it saves the details to my database ‘and’ bbpress.

    But as you are more than aware, for various reasons, when a new student logs in to bbpress, they are registered as ‘inactive’.

    I’ve not started working on a single login point from ‘my’ site yet.

    I will try to tinker with what you have said and get back to you on my success (or failure).

    Thanks for your input – I’ll get to work on it.



    Hi Kevin,

    Are you aware of any plugin for bbPress that forces all registration through a local WordPress install? I can’t seem to find it through google etc.

    If not, if I search (through NetBeans / Eclipse + PID) for all strings of bb-login.php or register.php will I find them all?

    Or is the easiest way to simply change the header to not show the defualt Login + Register form, and forward people onto the wordpress pages?



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