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WordPress.com Safe Login
With the same login information you use for WordPress.com, you can now quickly and safely sign up and login to self-hosted WordPress.org pages. million of users: When you add WordPress.com Secure Sign On, you become part of a large familiy that makes it easier for WordPress.com people to discover new websites.
WordPress.com Secure Sign On is used as an additional login to your current registry system. As soon as a member logs in, he has a login on your website. WordPress.com Secure Sign On Please obey the instructions in the settings General, in relation to whether you activate new users' enrollments or not.
However, if you do not do this, current user can still use it to login. Enable your customers to sign in with the same login information they use daily on WordPress.com. Any backend authentication request uses the preexisting WordPress.com Web page links from your site. The Secure Sign On solution is engineered to be ready-to-use without the need for configuring.
However, for those who want to adjust Secure Sign On, these filtering options can be useful. Incidentally, if there is no existing WordPress.com locally associated bankroll, Secure Sign On links the validated WordPress.com bankroll to a new locally associated bankroll with a suitable e-mail and logs the visitor in.
Returns false for this filtering only, but a registered subscriber can still login using the standard login screen. To use this function, you must use the following information that relates to the logon of your computer using this method: your ID (local and WordPress.com), your roles (for example, Administrator), your e-mail adress, your login name, and your ad name.
When and by which users the function is enabled and disabled, we monitor. It also synchronizes the ID and roles of each successful logon using this function.