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WhippleHill Integration

Creates a fully integrated solution between a WordPress MultiSite installation and WhippleHill's Podium Platform.

The WhippleHill Integration plugin for WordPress allows a school to manage a WordPress blog network right from their Podium platform. Taking advantage of WhippleHill's Ecosystem this plugin helps bring the industry leading blogging platform WordPress right into the classroom.

Key features:

  • "SSO" - Single Sign On allows for user's to log in using their Podium credentials.
  • Provision new blogs from Podium.
  • Easy user management from within Podium. Quickly add or remove WordPress Admins, Editors, Authors, Contributors and Subscribers all from one central location.
  • Advanced privacy controls for WordPress.
  • List blogs on your Podium portals.
  • Manage the available themes on your network.
  • Added Security - User's have an Application Access Key created for them on their profile page. This key is for services and programs like MarsEdit, Windows Live Writer, Posterous and More.

Extra Requirements

  • Multisite enabled
  • The Mcrypt PHP library

We can't test every possible environment but if you can run WordPress and have the above installed the plugin should run without any trouble.

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Who we are:

WhippleHill Communications provides targeted communications solutions for independent schools seeking next-generation Web services. Our core Podium platform combines powerful content management and student data management software in a modular system design to allow schools to add functionality at their own pace.


Requires: 3.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.1.4
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Active Installs: Less than 10


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