WHMCS Bridge
Can you explain please (4 posts)

  1. Tom
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I'm trying to understand something- I've installed this plugin, and yes it seems quite good (great in fact!)- WHMCS is working inside WordPress, but I don't think the 2 systems are sharing users from the WP database (Whe logged in to WP, the user appears logged out of WHMCS).

    I saw in the description of this plugin a reference to 'WHMCS Bridge SSO plugin', but I cannot find this in the WP repository... am I missing something?

    This is exactly what I need just now.



  2. erikpbogaerts
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Indeed, this plugin provides the 'visual' integration, pulling the WHMCS content into WordPress.
    The single sign on plugin is an additional plugin that will be available soon. Just post a comment on this post, that way you'll be alerted when it's available (next few weeks).

  3. Tom
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Thanks, actually I found that (via Google) after writing this thread, and have already left a comment. Looking forward to the plugins release :)

  4. php4ever
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Hey I'm curious will the bridge go from WP to WHMCS or the other direction. What I mean is does a person need to become a client of WHMCS in order for it to bridge or do they register in the blog first?

    Nice work so far, I'll have to play with this later today. My method has always been cloning the templates then I use a few small modules I built that would provide site wide menu management and sidebar widgets etc...

    I'm eager to try yours out.

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