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  1. Learn how to integrate WordPress forms with your FileMaker application in real time using the FileMaker PHP API. Includes a YouTube video. WordPress Form FileMaker Integration
  2. Hi, My programmer and I are trying to set up communication between FileMaker 16 and a WordPress website(www.heightspethospital.com.au ) so our veterinary clients can do online booking and look up when their pets are due for vaccination and other treatments. My programmer has hit a problem. The code does not work on the WordPress Server (www.heightspethospital.com.au), though it works on his local machine. He gets the following error: “Communication Error: (7) Failed to connect to port 8080: Connection timed out” Filemaker error codes suggest this is a memory issue, but my programmer is sure it's not related to memory. He has tried re-installing filemaker server multiple times with no effect. I think he said the default port is 80, but that cannot be used for an unknown reason and he has chosen to use port 8080. The filemaker database is stored on: PC Windows 10 home 64-bit Filemaker server 16 Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-5820K CPU @ 3.30GHz (12 CPUs), ~3.3GHz Memory: 16384MB RAM Wordpress 4.8.1 hosted by SiteGround. Any answers or leads greatly appreciated. Anthony. PS. I don't know anything about programming and computer jargon, so I apologise if I have some of these terms wrong.
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