Nextend Social Login helps you build a great community quickly. Visitors can register with their social accounts, such as Facebook, Twitter, Google and LinkedIn with just one click. Nextend Social Login is seamlessly integrates with your existing WordPress login and registration form. Existing users can link their social accounts and then simply use the linked social networks to log in. You can easily configure which social accounts want to use for log in and which areas of the website social login buttons should be displayed.
Nextend Social Login Pro WordPress Plugin Features
- Login Form
Displays social login buttons in your WordPress Login form and visitors can easily log in through their favorite social accounts.
- Link User to Social
Existing users can link and unlink their social accounts at their WordPress profile page, which they use to log in to your site.
- Request E-mail
E-mail addresses are not always accessible from the social providers. In that case you can ask visitors to give you the e-mail address.
- Request Username
Your users don’t need to use their username to log in with their social accounts. But you can ask them to set it up upon registration.
- Login Layout and Style
The login buttons can be customized to look exactly you want them to. You can also choose from icons or wide buttons.
Your customers can easily create new registration during WooCommerce checkout or log in to their existing account.
- WordPress Comment Integration
People love to have an easy way to log in and share their opinion. Get more comments by allowing social login in your comment form.
- User Roles
You can forbid the log in with social account for specific roles. For example you can force admins to log in with their password.
We know how important it is to have a complete understanding on each what setting does. For this reason the plugin is ready for translation.
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