AH Modding

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About AH Modding

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  1. AH Modding added a comment on a blog entry: WordPress SSO Integration for IP.Board   

    This hook was developed on 3.2 and therefore should automatically work. If any issues arise, they will of course be fixed.
  2. AH Modding added a comment on a blog entry: WordPress SSO Integration for IP.Board   

    I released an update today for that, users that just have IP.Board accounts will have a WordPress account when they attempt to login to WordPress with the same user/pass combination.
  3. AH Modding added a comment on a blog entry: WordPress SSO Integration for IP.Board   

    Blog's been sorted.. was using an old version of IP.Board before the ReCaptcha was hacked - should be patched now.

    As for the SSO, yes, you are correct. Users can login to WordPress with their IP.Board accounts, and WordPress will create an account for them.

    As for support - it will be supported here: http://community.invisionpower.com/topic/340793-download-wordpress-sso-integration/

    http://www.alexhobbs...dpress_sso.html
  4. AH Modding added a comment on a blog entry: WordPress SSO Integration for IP.Board   

    This is not encoded, and contains free updates. IPBWi is not free, it's only free in beta (which is encoded to my knowledge), and is actually $10 more than this hook :)
  5. AH Modding added a comment on a blog entry: WordPress SSO Integration for IP.Board   

    [quote name='Stephane' timestamp='1309827024'] expensive... 8-0
    When custom SSO work can run into hundreds of $$, I think $50 is reasonable.
  6. AH Modding added a blog entry in IPS Marketplace Blog   

    WordPress SSO Integration for IP.Board
    I have just released a hook in the Marketplace which enables SSO integration between the popular blogging platform WordPress, and IP.Board 3.1.4.

    In short, if users are registered and logged in to WordPress on your website, and they then visit your forums an account will be made behind the scenes and they will automatically be logged in. Users can also login via the standard IP.Board login pages, and it will check WordPress to see if they have an account - creating a truly seamless experience.

    Furthermore, users from WordPress are stored on IP.Board with their own accounts and the same password, meaning if you ever disable this hook or uninstall WordPress - your WordPress users can still login to IP.Board.

    Why have users log in twice with two separate accounts when they can have one seamless experience?

    Single Sign On greatly enhances the user experience, reducing the time the end user has to keep logging in, and gets them access to parts of your website quicker.

    Some key features include:
    Highly configurable, no need to mess about with files - can be controlled via your IP.Board Admin CP. Can choose to sync usernames, or allow new users to pick their own display names upon first visit to IP.Board. Can choose to sync administrators from WordPress, making them administrators in IP.Board. Can choose the default user group that WordPress members are put into.

    Click here to visit the file.
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