This plugin enables users to login/register with major Web service accounts. Below are ’supported services.
If your site needs a user’s login action, signing up is the most difficult step. With this plugin, users can sign up without inputting their email or password.
Log in Flow Video
Supported Web services
- Use Abraham Williams’ twitteroauth.
- Use Facebook’s official PHP SDK.
- Use Google API PHP Client.
- Use Ligature Symbols (Web font).
Gianism awes a lot to these open source projects. Thanks, lots!
Install itself is easy. Auto installation from the admin panel is recommended. Search with
- Download and unpack the plugin file, and upload
- Activate it from admin panel.
Use latest source on GitHub
You can get this plugin from github. Clone it and run
composer install && npm install && npm start. About composer and npm, google it.
How to set up
After the plugin’s activation, you have to set it up. Every setup has 2 steps. One is on SNS, the other is on your site.
For example, if you use Facebook, register a new app on Facebook, then input the app ID and token on the WordPress admin panel. Every SNS requires registration of Apps and credentials related to it.
For more details, please refer to the setting screen’s instructions or our site gianism.info.
Can I use this in English?
Maybe yes. Translations are welcomed.
Found bug. It ’sucks.
Sorry for that. Please refer to our ’support site gianism.info or send a pull request to repository on Github.
Contributors & Developers
“Gianism” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
“Gianism” has been translated into 1 locale. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.
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Interested in development?
Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.
Here is a list of change logs.
- Bugfix for LINE login. Thanks Makoto Nakao!
- Drop ’support for Instagram because META denies using Instagram API as login credentials.
- Requires PHP 7.2 and over. Partially ’supports PHP 8.0.
Please refer changelog.md for older change logs,