• tdechangy

    (@tdechangy)


    I see those two options :

    – Enable before WooCommerce Customer Login Form
    > this is quite strangely placed. Not clear what it is expected to do, didn’t seem to work, and finally offers a fairly ugly interface = seem useless & Disabled.

    – Enable after WooCommerce Customer Login Form
    > Seem to work … once registered on the classic WP login page.

    But there is no option to add the social login on the Woocommerce Registration form !
    What should I expect ? Don’t you offer a way to register there, and should I send new users to the WP classic login page ?

    This confuses me slightly.

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  • Plugin Contributor Heateor Support

    (@heateor)

    The same set of social login icons will work for both, registration and login. If you enable Enable before WooCommerce Customer Login Form and set title of the buttons to something like – “Login/register using social media account”, would be enough to give users an idea about what these icons do. If you feel there is a better position where these icons could be placed, let me know the same so that I could help you out.

    tdechangy

    (@tdechangy)

    well, I would say that the login buttons for Woo could be placed differently. First of all, if you display a button under the login form, there should be the same in the registration form.

    The upper button is, as I said, quite strange in this actual disposition since it’s visually separated from the forms!

    I would in that idea also suggest to give the choice to put the social login elements “above” instead of “below” the form fields.
    This could make it more appealing to login using the social login without the feeling to have to fill the form.
    I think that it can be a real game changer by adding a simple useful UX. This is obviously true for the WP login form too !

    Lastly, I need to state the lack of custom translatability. I thought that you were WPML-ready but it seem far from it as all front-end strings are not displayed in WPML (we don’t care so much on the back-end).
    For this I’ll also add a comment on the related topic @ https://wordpress.org/support/topic/translation-of-strings-3/

    Waiting for your clever solutions here.
    best regards.

    Plugin Contributor Heateor Support

    (@heateor)

    Noted. Will take this at priority. Going to fix it ASAP.

    Plugin Contributor Heateor Support

    (@heateor)

    Noted. Will take this at priority.

    tdechangy

    (@tdechangy)

    Thx for taking it in consideration.
    And while the suggested UX could be a nice enhancement, I would ask to FIRST address the WPML-compatibility issue, already asked several times.

    WPML-compatibility is a major feature for all European countries and beyond. Not including it is so harmful to our businesses that you couldn’t afford to avoid integrating it.

    See the related issue stated above for more information.
    I can’t wait you fix this.
    Best regards.

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