Login Button


This feature can help you add a customized Single Sign-On button on the default WP login page, using which users can perform the Single Sign On. Following further options can enhance the SSO button feature:

1. Add a Single Sign on button on the WordPress login page
  • Allows customizing the Single Sign-On button added to the WP login page. You can modify the button text, font style, font color, as well as dimensions of the button.
2. Redirect to WP Login page
  • Restricts access to the WordPress site and redirects unauthenticated users to the WordPress login page, where they can login using the SSO button.
3. Use button as Widget or Shortcode
  • Allows you to use the SSO login button as a ShortCode or a Widget.

How to enable/disable this feature?

Follow the steps below to enable or disable the Login Button features:

  • In miniOrange SAML 2.0 SSO plugin click on the Redirection & SSO Links tab.

  • Scroll to Option 3: Login button section and enable or disable the features according to your requirements.

  • You can enable Use button as ShortCode and Use button as Widget toggles to embed login button on any page of your WordPress site.

Login Button


Advantages of Login Button feature

  • Provides an option for the end users to login using their WP credentials or via Single Sign-On, using their IDP credentials.

  • Secures your WordPress site completely by redirecting the users to the WordPress login page if their login session is not found.

  • Allows further customization by adding the login button on the WordPress login page as a widget or as a shortcode.