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How to Sync Custom User Fields

XFtoWP offers a simple connection point to map custom user fields you wish to send from a WordPress user during actions and other syncing events. You can use Custom User Fields to enhance the XenForo[...]

XFtoWP Dev Tools

On the surface, XFtoWP offers a rich and growing admin interface of options that enable powerful features to be used to make your sites interact with each other.

But did you know that’s only the beginning of where XFtoWP’s true value lies?

Check out this updated documentation guide that shows you how to access settings, user meta, and post meta of all your synced data from child theme and plugin template functions:

How to access XFtoWP option and meta values

Use the following helper functions to access save data from the xfwp option key, and even get usermeta and postmeta values from any post, page, or user with a connected item. Integrate these functions into[...]


See what's new:
  • Ensures WP user password is set when successfully logged-in with XF credentials
  • Now displays users who are already synced during XF user bulk import
  • Fixes error during 1.4.x user logs migrator that may return a false 'complete' status

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Site updates

With the major work to the site being finished for the launch of XFtoWP 1.5, I have been cruising on easy mode with some minor tweaks and updating the documentation.

You can now check out the revised XenForo API Setup Guide, which has far more information than the last edition and also covers all of the known troubleshooting issues that have been worked through at the forums.

After some writing, I went ahead and added a new “Docs” section to your Account area so you have an easier way of seeing when new tutorials are published from your nice new account area:

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Disable Bulk Actions

To deactivate the powerful Bulk Actions Tool from your WP admin, copy this simple constant definition into your theme’s functions.php file, or anywhere else you run PHP code snippets in WordPress: When you return to[...]

The old look

Dumping the screenshot of the old design here for keepsakes. It was as simple as can be and after long enough, the plugin earned a proper makeover.