Add A Private Messaging System In WordPress With Front End PM

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    Have you ever wanted to add a private messaging system for your users in WordPress? Be it multi-author blog, forum, or a question/answer wordpress blog. Yeah you’re in the right place at the right time to learn how to do so with the use of a plugin called Front End PM.
    In this article, am gonna show you how to add a private messaging system in WordPress.

    *Front End PM plugin*

    Front End PM is a Private Messaging system to your WordPress site.This is full functioning messaging system from front end. The messaging is done entirely through the front-end of your site rather than the Dashboard. This is very helpful if you want to keep your users out of the Dashboard area.

    *Installation Process*

    First thing you need to do is download and install the

    Front End PM

    plugin.

    Upload “front-end-pm” to the “/wp-content/plugins/” directory.
    2.Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress.
    3.Create a new page.
    4.Paste code[front-end-pm]for Front End pm under the HTML tab of the page editor.
    5.Publish the page.
    Or you can create page for Front End PM by one click. Go to Front End PM>Instruction give a Title(required) for Front End PM page and Slug (optional) then click “Create Page”. It will automatically create a page for your Message. If you keep Slug field blank, slug of page will be automatically created based on your given title.

    That’s all, i hope this article helped you add a private messaging system to your WordPress site.

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