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    Hi All,

    I have a site which is not using any cms. Now i decided to change my site to wordpress.
    In my current site there is section for client login (/sitename/client-login) and this uses the table clients for authentication. How can i implement this in wordpress ? Is there any plugins for creating this ?. I have got a lot of plugins but that are all of changing the wp-admin and works with it.

    If anyone knows the solution for it please help me to fix it.

    Thanks in advance..

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    Do you want to use a new Wordpress login script in conjunction with an exisiting database table, or an existing client login in conjunction with some other Wordpress features?

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    I sidestepped this problem once by embedding an iframe into a Wordpress page and running my existing client login and booking system inside the iframe.

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    Hi Custard7A,

    Thanks your reply.

    I want an existing client login in conjunction with some other Wordpress features.
    Last edited by shanil; 11-24-2012 at 10:30 AM.

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    I believe you would have to integrate them manually. Nobody else would have prior insight of your personal scripts, so the likelyhood of a compatibility plug-in existing is about null.

    How you go about making them compatiable would depend a lot of the Wordpress features you wish to use with it. Be warned, there is plenty of pitfalls with hacking two scripts together that were never designed to work as such.


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