An integration to bring the best blogging/content management system to XenForo and the best forum software to WordPress.
Thank you for your interest in XPress! Here you will find documentation for Supported XLink Features, Installation, Upgrading, Troubleshooting, Setting up XPress and XLink, Platform Options, Style Properties, Widgets, Permissions, Ad Positions, Plugin Recommendations, Functional Tags, Featured Posts, PLESK Users, Using Data Importers, Other Features, and Developers. Please also refer to the XLink documentation. If you need something specifically explained, please feel free to get in touch.
XPress bridges XenForo and WordPress together for a smooth integration making managing your software systems easier and creating a fluid user experience. Many platform directors struggle to keep two distributed software systems consistent. XPress lets you choose your preferred tools and bridges them to the other software.
To make managing platforms simple, we created XLink which is included with XPress and must be downloaded and installed separately. It is required to use XPress. XLink provides one location to link and manage your platforms, like WordPress (requires XPress) and MediaWiki (requires XWiki). Add new platforms with just a few clicks, access a list of linked users per platform, and more right from XLink.
Integrating different platforms can be a complicated process. Our experienced team of experts is here to help! As a part of the product purchase, our team will help install XPress on existing platforms, help with basic configuration, and assist in resolving server errors that may occur.
Please Note: Custom add-ons, customizations, and server configuration can prevent XPress from working properly. Should you encounter an issue, please create a ticket here. If the issue is due to custom add-ons, customizations, or server configuration we will offer a full refund if reported here within 30 days. ThemeHouse is at the sole discretion on refunds and you must allow us time to help fix the issue.
Wondering about performance impacts? Take a look at the results from some tests we ran for UI.X, XPress, XWiki, and XLink here.