A WordPress plugin that allows users to login or register by authenticating with an existing Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Github, Reddit or Windows Live account via OAuth 2.0. Easily drops into new or existing sites, integrates with existing users.
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README.md

WP-OAuth

NEWS MAY 2015: I'd like to apologize to the contributors here for being unable to accept pull requests in a timely manner. I did not expect to be receiving so many so early on :) Just wanted to let everyone know that this project hasn't been abandoned, I'm still here and will be addressing pull requests + issues in due time. Thanks for understanding.

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A WordPress plugin that allows users to login or register by authenticating with an existing Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Github, Reddit or Windows Live account via OAuth 2.0. Easily drops into new or existing sites, integrates with existing users.

WP-OAuth functions in a similar way to the StackExchange/StackOverflow login system which allows users to register or login with the least amount of steps required.

NOTE: This repository is for development purposes only. We've chosen to omit most of the README since we already have one elsewhere - visit the WordPress Plugin Directory to obtain the latest plugin version, usage instructions, and current list of features.

In this readme: Features - Requirements - Quick Start - FAQ - Roadmap - History

Features

Requirements

Quick Start

FAQ

Roadmap

  • Full compabitility with WordPress Multisite, BuddyPress, bbpress.
  • Icon sets for the login provider buttons.
  • Ability to acquire a registering user's third-party username / nickname / email address and auto-populate the WordPress user profile. Works as an alternative to the userXX naming pattern.
  • Advanced options for account merging.
  • Advanced options for account recovery.
  • More custom login forms, layouts and login screen customization options.

History

This project is a continuation of WP-OpenLogin which was originally developed with OpenID in mind. We're moving on; OAuth 2.0 is now the standard.