Plugin / Login by Auth0

Auth0

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

The Auth0 login form is called Lock and it’s open source on GitHub. You can style the form like any of your site components by enqueuing a stylesheet in your theme. Use the login_enqueue_scripts hook to style the form on wp-login.php, wp_enqueue_scripts to style widgets and shortcodes, or both to affect the form in all locations.
The Auth0 plugin transparently handles login information for your WordPress site and the plugins you use, so that it looks like any other login. User profile data changes in WordPress are not currently sent to Auth0 but changes to the Auth0 user account are stored in WordPress user meta (under the key auth0_obj prefixed with $wpdb->prefix).
Yes, either allowing the WordPress login form to be displayed or by migrating existing users. See the Technical Notes section above.
Please see our complete list of supported social and enterprise authentication providers.
Use the “Extra Settings” field on the plugin settings’ Advanced tab to add a JSON object with all additional configurations. For more information on what else can be configured, see the documentation.
Yes, this plugin will override the default WooCommerce login forms with the Auth0 login form.
All is not lost! If you’re setting up the plugin for the first time or having issues with users logging in, please review our troubleshooting and configuration documentation. If you found a bug in the plugin code, please submit an issue or create a pull request on GitHub. If you have questions about how to use Auth0 or the plugin, please post on our community site or create a support forum request here. You can see additional documentation and answers on our support site. Customers on a paid Auth0 plan can submit a trouble ticket for a fast response.

DIRECTORY DISCLAIMER

The information provided in this THEME/PLUGIN DIRECTORY is made available for information purposes only, and intended to serve as a resource to enable visitors to select a relevant theme or plugin. wpSocket gives no warranty of any kind, express or implied with regard to the information, including without limitation any warranty that the particular theme or plugin that you select is qualified on your situation.

The information in the individual theme or plugin displayed in the Directory is provided by the owners and contributors themselves. wpSocket gives no warranty as to the accuracy of the information and will not be liable to you for any loss or damage suffered by you as a consequence of your reliance on the information.

Links to respective sites are offered to assist in accessing additional information. The links may be outdated or broken. Connect to outside sites at your own risk. The Theme/Plugin Directory does not endorse the content or accuracy of any listing or external website.

While information is made available, no guarantee is given that the details provided are correct, complete or up-to-date.

wpSocket is not related to the theme or plugin, and also not responsible and expressly disclaims all liability for, damages of any kind, arising out of the use, reference to, or reliance on, any information or business listed throughout our site.

Keep Leading Your Followers!
Share it for them.