Last updated 01/04/2023
‘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.
Find the page or post where you want the 'Single Sign On' authentication to appear, and open it in Edit mode in WordPress.
Place the cursor at the place in the page where you want to add the 'Single Sign On' authentication.
Click the Toggle block inserter button, then search for and select Shortcode.
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.
Click Update to save and publish the change.
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