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.
I used this plugin but stylesheet file is not effect with my site, I have to add !impotant; for working.
Works as advertised.
I would recommend the author to update the instructions as they are outdated. It was especially difficult to follow instructions for Google+ since the interface has changed a lot.
I am also wondering if it's compatible with latest APIs from respective networks?
Btw in case the user should decide to log in using his automated username. What is the password to that account? Should that not be sent to his e-mail?
Would be great if WSL could be better synchronized with WP membership:
http://imgur.com/WCVyfuV so we don't have to manually deactivate WSL every time a site is in maintenance mode.
Btw: I am unable to donate to this plugin - the link to donation site is broken.
I hope this feedback is useful.
I'm only using it for Instagram so I'm only commenting on it.
I found a bug but fixed it:
The fact that a lot of the config/setup is in "widgets" is a little odd.
Hopefully the owner of the plugin will take my pull requests and incorporate the fixes i wrote.
This is a very useful plugin to quickly integrate signups from social networks. I love how easy it is to customize the front-end. The files are categorized in such a useful manner that you don't have to spend too much time to find the correct file to edit in order to customize.
The biggest brawback is that using this plugin, you cannot connect multiple social accounts to a single wordpress user. I am hopeful future versions will have this feature.
Just installed the plugin and after working this it for a while I got everything working beautifully. The only thing I wonder is how a plugin mainly used on blogs could forget to make Blogger a login option. Please make available soon
We've been trialing all (well the most popular) social login plugins and found this to be good but we struggled to run this on any WP installation which was not 100% vanilla.
I did use this plugin and have one caution to users: Make sure everything is set up before you go live, because the error message is offensive to anyone visiting your site. Is says something like "Something bad happen!" with a caution sign. I'd run screaming if I saw that while trying to login to any site.
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