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WordPress and SMF Together:

by In-Correct / March 25, 2013 2:41 PM PDT

I have installed SMF. How do I connect it to WordPress Installation, so that way people don't have to have separate accounts? ( I think it is called Logging In Globally. If you log in "Here", you are automatically and simultaneously logged in "There" )

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Using the SMD Bridge Plugin for WordPress
by InMotionHosting / April 29, 2013 11:27 PM PDT

Hello In-Correct!

You can use the WordPress SMF Bridge Plugin to accomplish this. Please see the following link to the WordPress plugin site.

<a href="http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-smf-bridge/">SMF Bridge</a>

Best regards,
James R

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Move SMF to WordPress
by Lizapritz / December 10, 2013 4:16 PM PST

If you do not want to have separate accounts for SMF forum and for WordPress, you can easily convert your smf forum to WordPress, and control your forum and website and other web projects from one admin panel. It saves a lot of time and efforts.
You may check out CMS2CMS, an automated migration service which can unite your SMF and WordPress.

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