WordPress ‘Single Sign On’ Authentication

Last updated 11/01/2023

‘Single Sign on’ authentication allows you to add authentication options directly onto any page on your site, just like Bread & Butter’s login page.

You can add ‘Single Sign On’ authentication to a page by adding a shortcode.

Step 1

Find the page or post where you want the 'Single Sign On' authentication to appear, and open it in Edit mode in WordPress.

Step 2

Place the cursor at the place in the page where you want to add the 'Single Sign On' authentication.

Step 3

Click the Toggle block inserter button, then search for and select Shortcode.

Step 3

Step 4

In the shortcode block, enter the following:


Note: 'Single Sign On' authentication will inherit your global, or page specific settings. For example, if you have set the Destination URL to the current page in the Bread & Butter Setup panel, users who authenticate will be returned to the current page.

Step 4

Step 5

Click Update to save and publish the change.

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