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As of August 2018, there are 18 Wild Apricot partners that integrate Wild Apricot with WordPress.  The integration process allows single sign on and access control to WordPress content, governed by the Wild Apricot membership level or WordPress role. But integration of Wild Apricot gadgets is done using iframe embeds. This is limited in not only functionality but also design. The end result is not very aesthetically pleasing. In some cases the user is taken off the WordPress website and into Wild Apricot, for example if they wish to change their profile information.

We have seen several WordPress integrations with the Wild Apricot API, but in many cases these integrations are "hacks." The hacks attempt to place Wild Apricot content directly into a WordPress theme, enabling elegant design, but the performance slows down to a crawl.

The time has come to create a proper WordPress plugin with the following features:

NewPath Consulting is working on a plugin actively and is looking for volunteers to test the plugin. Testers must:

If you are interested please click on the Slack icon below to join our private Slack channel. 

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When the plugin is released to the public, you will be rewarded with 1 free year of support for the plugin.