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lekkeretetten:

Can someone please tell me how to implement the api into my website please?

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Cameron Love:

What type of site software are you using to run your site? e.g: Wordpress, Wix, etc

The Api needed to run is found here: https://www.webstream.co.uk/studio-api.html

Its a case of basically copying and pasting the code you need into the relevant sections of your site. 

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You can use all our software without the need for the api. The api is just to add extra features and bespoke buttons. You can visit the contact us page on webstream.co.uk if you have any specific questions.

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lekkeretetten:


Cameron Love said:
What type of site software are you using to run your site? e.g: Wordpress, Wix, etc

The Api needed to run is found here: https://www.webstream.co.uk/studio-api.html

Its a case of basically copying and pasting the code you need into the relevant sections of your site. 


I'am using wordpress wath do i need to do first?

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Administrator said:
You can use all our software without the need for the api. The api is just to add extra features and bespoke buttons. You can visit the contact us page on webstream.co.uk if you have any specific questions.


I know but i want to give my models à login. Just like my custumors .so i Guess i need THE api????

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Cameron Love:

The simplest way is to do as follows: 

Create a new Wordpress page on your blog/site.
Click on the TEXT button on the far right of the Wordpress editor.
Copy and paste the 'Studio/Performer Account Integration API' code (found here), its 2 lines of code at the top of the page.
Publish your page
Add a link to the page on a menu or email the page link to your models so that your models can get to the page. 
Job done! 


Hope that helps? If not or for any reason it doesn't work due to a conflict with other scripts, then you will need to contact Webstream directly and see if they can help you integrate it into your site. :)

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lekkeretetten:


Cameron Love said:
The simplest way is to do as follows: 

Create a new Wordpress page on your blog/site.
Click on the TEXT button on the far right of the Wordpress editor.
Copy and paste the 'Studio/Performer Account Integration API' code (found here), its 2 lines of code at the top of the page.
Publish your page
Add a link to the page on a menu or email the page link to your models so that your models can get to the page. 
Job done! 


Hope that helps? If not or for any reason it doesn't work due to a conflict with other scripts, then you will need to contact Webstream directly and see if they can help you integrate it into your site. :)


i think it works because i see a login now.
But how do i do it for my custumors?
its it the same way or??

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Cameron Love:

With Customer Login you need to do the same but with a couple of differences. 

Firstly you need to go to the Studio API and scroll to the bottom of the page where the Client Login code is located. 

Then you need to copy and paste the 41 lines of code there, into your CSS file. On Wordpress this can be done in different ways depending on whether your theme allows easy adding of additional CSS code to the template but if it doesn't, you can gain access to the template CSS by going to Wordpress Dashboard > Appearance > Editor and finding the templates CSS file and adding the code to it. 

Now just create a new page like  you did with the Model Login page, and this time paste the Client Login iframe/script code which is the 2 lines of code  at the very end of the page, immediately after the above CSS code on the Script API page. 

This should now create a Client Login box similar to your Login box, and you can customise it as much as you like by editing the CSS code. 

This is the simplest way of adding it to a Wordpress site. 

If you have any problems, again, contact Webstream directly and they will probably help you.

Studio Account holder. All opinions and advice are my own. For official site and technical support contact Webstream directly.

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