I wish it had an easy way to apply templates overrides on the markup. The same way most plugins work by simply creating a custom folder on a theme's folder. e.g mytheme/wordpress-social-login/. Otherwise this is an awesome plugin.
Great sensitivity and care for work well done.
Thank you very much @Miled.
nice plugin, well document
This is one of the best documented plugins. It works with WordPress 4.5.2, and CloudFlare reverse proxy. It is very impressive that the plugin author has explained the authentication process, filters and function calling sequence in great details. This makes troubleshooting and integration much easier.
My server setup had issues with aggressive browser cache by Firefox and Chrome. The troubleshooting guide helped me to pinpoint the problem (PHP sessions-related), and helped me to find a solution quickly. Here is a link to my solution for [Link redacted - Please keep support on the WordPress.org forums], just in case someone else is experiencing similar problems (406, 410, 412) on Firefox and Chrome.
Thanks @Miled for writing this great plugin and sharing with the community. With rapid changes in the social networks and WordPress core, maintaining the plugin is a difficult task. I would have given you 10 stars if this option were available, for the hard work you have put in the plugin and documentation. Thank you indeed.
I used this plugin but stylesheet file is not effect with my site, I have to add !impotant; for working.
The plugin requires the owner to register too many things, from an account in their website, domain name, facebook information etc., and at the end, you still are redirected to the WP login page from the meta. I think most of people want a separate register/login button to be able to hide meta. And it takes too many steps to set up the plugin.
It just works.
Well crafted plugin, good work.
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