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  • Morning friends,

    I have searched the last few minutes here and on google, but I think my terms are off. I want to have my newly installed smf forums at wrap into my theme instead of being all by itself.

    How would I go about doing this?

    Thanks in advance !!!

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  • You might look into this:

    WordPress SMF Bridge Plugin 1.0

    I have that , all a bridge does is transferes users from wordpress into SMF etc.

    I want to wrap the forums into a page of my wordpress blog

    Got it Thanks !!!

    Got what? What did you do?
    It’s annoying for folks to ask for help, then come back with that reply.
    Other folks may have this problem and a search would find your resolution if you would post it.

    <P ALIGN=left><iframe style="width:880px; height:4000px;" frameborder="0" name="content" allowtransparency="true" src="/smf"></iframe></p>

    its not working as I would like but I am working on another technique now.

    When you get it working can you please let me know what you did?
    I’m trying to get a WordPress blog to work inside Tiny Portal, the portal for SMF forums. I want it all to be one website instead of having people flip over from the forum into a WordPress blog that is by itself. I’d like to know if it can all be integrated into the portal so that blog and forum are all together. Any ideas, please let me know.

    same issue here, please post detailed solution if you find one 🙂


    Try using the ssi.php file, there’s an ssi_example.shtml file also in the forum root directory. It’ll pump the html straight into your page and you can mash it up using CSS or whatever. Failing that the rss feed can be meddled with to fire out results.

    I’m not familiar with embedding WordPress into smf.

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