This bridge is one way only (XenForo to WordPress, new user will be created in WordPress for each XenForo user). The usergroup can be mapped manually.If I am reading this correctly, this bridges Xenforo to Wordpress, but that means that it will only use members from the forum to the WP site.. Is there a bridge that goes the other way.. WP to Xenforo? I have a site that has been established for over a year and I have quite a few members on the site, it seems it would be an issue to have to move them all over. Maybe I missed something?
Also will the privs match with WP?
YesAny plans to add support for pulling the session info from Zend's front-end cache? I noticed if I enable that caching and my users don't check "Stay logged in" they don't get logged in on Wordpress since the add-on can't find their session entry in xf_session.
It looks like the configuration is not correct so WordPress doesn't recognized logged users.I have a strange problem with this add-on. After I installed it as plugin for my WordPress 3.3 install (in root folder), I or any of the xenforo install admins cannot get to the WP dashboard (/wp-admin/) at all. It gets redirected to the home page.
Probably a cookie path problem (what's your site url and your blog url?). Also probably a problem with the salt ($config['globalSalt'] in config.php), did you configure it correctly?I have the Administrators set up to map to the blog admins. The xenforo path option has a Found next to it too. What else could be the problem?
Xenforo is installed in http://www.urduweb.org/mehfil/ while the blog is in the root at http://www.urduweb.orgProbably a cookie path problem (what's your site url and your blog url?). Also probably a problem with the salt ($config['globalSalt'] in config.php), did you configure it correctly?