I love to travel. We recently visited the beautiful country of Argentina 🇦🇷Because I’m a native South American, many people assumed I speak Spanish based on how I look, but sadly, I don’t. I’m not sure who was more confused… me by the long strings of Spanish the locals would rattle off to me, or them by my confused stares when I had no clue what they tried to tell me!
That experience inspired my blog this week on ADA compliance. I’ve had a number of people contact me recently asking for help with making their website ADA compliant.
It may sound small, but ADA Compliance is actually a big deal. More and more companies are getting warnings, and some threatened with lawsuits.
As a Certified NationBuilder Architect, one of the most common requests I hear from my NationBuilder clients is, “Can I integrate NationBuilder with WordPress?” The answer is absolutely yes, you can.
While NationBuilder and WordPress are two different softwares, there are a variety of reasons why anyone would want to use them together:
You have a brand new website on WordPress and don’t have the budget to move it all over to NationBuilder;
You’re interested in the tools and functionality offered by NationBuilder, but want to use WordPress as your CMS and front end;
You want to try NationBuilder out, but aren’t ready to commit to migrating everything over just yet.
Using the NationBuilder API
I recently worked on a client website where myself and a Certified NationBuilder Developer hooked forms on a client’s WordPress website up to their NationBuilder account. These forms were used to register new users, and to leave feedback. Once a user filled out the form, our application sent the form data over to the client’s NationBuilder account.
Without having to migrate their entire WordPress website over to NationBuilder, we allowed the client to easily collect data into their NationBuilder environment.