Squarespace Sign inRegister a place
That will take you to a logon page that looks like this: Type the e-mail that you used to register with your site and your passphrase, and then click Sign In. Tip: If you used Google+ to set up your Google ID, click Sign up with Google. Now if you only have one page, you are signed in.
Verify your U' in the location toolbar to verify that you are signed in to the right website. When the website is not accurate, verify the e-mail addresses you used to register. So if you may have set up another user with a different e-mail adress, try signing in again with your alternative e-mail adress.
When you have more than one website linked to your sign-in page, you will see your sign-in dashboard after you enter your e-mail adress and your passwort. You can see a miniature picture, the page header, and the associated domain (s) for each website associated with your site ID. When Esc Key Logon is activated, you can click Esc while you visit any page of your website to open the logon page.
If you don't sign out of your site every single day, you'll remain signed in every single visit your web site receives. It will save you a lot of valuable personal information by taking you directly to your bank without having to type in your login details. When you are idle, you remain locked in for up to 90 consecutive day unless you switch to another web site or empty your web page and your web page launches your automatic logout.
Help with Squarespace 5 - Create a logon page or links © Squarespace5
In order to make room for the members of your Squarespace 5 website to sign in, there are some options: User-defined sign-in page - Adds a page with a hyperlink to your sign-in URL and sign-in hints. Sign in Nav link - Adds a Nav to your Sign in URL. Click here to see your Nav links. Prompt Page or Sitebar Logon Widget - Adds a page or sitebar widget with logon boxes.
We do not suggest this if you have a user-defined domainname. Hint: The deactivation or removal of a logon prompt page or a widget can lead to problems during logon. Then, reactivate your sign-in page in your website architecture or build a new one. Used to set up a user-defined logon page: Click Add Page next to the navigator.
When in Content view or Content view modes, include a hyperlink to your sign-in URL as well as sign-in hints. Refer to the following hints. See How to Help yourself under How to Insert a Page. You will then need to sign in with your username (not your e-mail address) and your username and username. Click here to attach the logon link: Use upper case letters for all logins.
In order to set up a shortcut to your log-in page in your sidebar: Call structure modus. Select Single Link and click Select & Configure. Insert the text for the title of the navigational bar links, such as Log in. You can find more help under How to include an outside hyperlink in your browser. We do not suggest this if you have a user-defined domainname.
Instead, use options 1 and 2, or tell your members to Bookmark your site's sign-in URL. Instead, use options 1 and 2, or tell your members to add a page to your site's sign-in URL. Your members will then be able to see your site's sign-in page. Turning off or deleting a logon prompt may cause logon problems. They are not compliant with the Squarespace 5 Strong Security configuration. Click in Structure or Page Architecture view modes on Page Adds or Widget Adds and select Log in Prompt.
See Add a page and Add a Widgets in the side bar for more help. Modify the announcement for logon pages in the config area by substituting the text in the Announcement text box. Once you are done, store and activate the page or wideget. It is possible to suppress a user-defined logon page or logon prompt page so that the hyperlink does not appear in your browser when you add it to a section of your website architecture that is concealed.
For more information, see Fade out a page in the menu. Hint: Do not deactivate or clear the logon page to conceal it. URL no longer works and may cause problems logging in. To select the page that members of an audience will see after logging in through your logon page, you need to set up a logon-reedirect.
To select the page you want to see, use the Logon and Logout dropdown lists. When you do not configure redirection, members will see the page they were on before signing in and signing out. Logon forwarding only applies to member account. It is not possible to configure logon redirections for site owners or administrators to logon.