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Jamie Hammett's Blog:
Open ID edit one page on Wordpress
March 20, 2009 @ 10:52:47

Want the "quick and dirty" way to get OpenID support up and running on your WordPress blog? Check out this new post from Jamie Hemmett - short, sweet and to the point.

Some of the tools you'll need are the OpenID plugin, RoleScoper, Adminimise and some knowledge of working with the WordPress files directly to add in the OpenID support. You'll also need to set up your blog to accept new registrations.

Sample code is included for "OpenID-ing" the page with a new kind of login form.

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