Podio and Wordpress

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  • Andreas Haugstrup Pedersen

    Hi,

    You will need to include all of podio-php in your Wordpress project, yes. Exactly which Wordpress files you will need to modify etc. I don't know since I haven't used Wordpress in many years. I would imagine the easiest would be to make a Wordpress plugin that wraps podio-php. However, you'll be able to get better feedback on that part of the setup on a Wordpress forum where they have specific experience with these things.

    All the best,

    Andreas

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  • Cliff Paulick

    Depending on what you're needing to do, you might want to simply use a Podio Webform, in which case you could use this simple shortcode plugin: http://wordpress.org/plugins/podio-webforms/

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  • STEVE SOLER

    Can Podio Webforms integrate into a WordPress.com hosted blog? With WordPress.com hosted blogs we can't install plugins. 

    Thanks.

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  • Cliff Paulick

    Hi Steve. My Podio Webforms WordPress plugin is only for .org, not .com versions of WordPress. As you said, .com doesn't let you install plugins.

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  • STEVE SOLER

    Thank you Cliff. Do you know of any alternate solution or work around to get a Podio Webform integrated into a WordPress.com blog?

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  • Cliff Paulick

    Sorry, Steve. No help. http://en.support.wordpress.com/code/#javascript

    You can always just link to the Podio Webform.

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