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Check out my website and let me know what you think.

The website is built using WHMCS and Wordpress. WHMCS is the front end and we only use WordPress for the blog functionality.

We have managed to convert our whmcs theme into WordPress and it wouldn't of been possible if the 2 softwares weren't as documented as they are.

The whmcs and the WordPress also has a user bridge, so you register once on whmcs and you can then use that same login to comment and take part on the blog.

The link is here: https://digitalbs.co.uk

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Hello   @DigitalBS 

On 10/8/2019 at 12:13 AM, DigitalBS said:

Check out my website and let me know what you think.

I  have looked to   your website . it is nice, but personally I do not like those background homepage color.

On 10/8/2019 at 12:13 AM, DigitalBS said:

WHMCS is the front end and we only use WordPress for the blog functionality.

As I saw you did not  point your blog url to your WHMCS. So  do you intend to create a  blog on subdirectoy or create blog on subdomain  blog.yourwebsite.com on separate cpanel?

On 10/8/2019 at 12:13 AM, DigitalBS said:

The whmcs and the WordPress also has a user bridge

I am new on this too, can you please talk a little more regarding this user bridge.

regards

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Hi,

 

The blog is here on the whmcs homepage, if you scroll down a little, near the bottom: 

 

https://digitalbs.co.uk/

 

And wordpress install is here: https://digitalbs.co.uk/articles/

 

My user bridge synchronises the whmcs users to the WordPress user database. It means they only register once on whmcs and can log in on the entire website and comment on articles on wordpress etc, I could probably even add a community now too.

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17 hours ago, DigitalBS said:

The blog is here on the whmcs homepage, if you scroll down a little, near the bottom: 

OK, I have see your blog  named articles. But on your footer you have blog there and you forgot set URL there, take a look at that

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