|Compatibility||2.5 3.x||Package||c m p|
Social Login, social network authentication component allows to login to Joomla web site via following social networks: Vkontakte, Ulogin, Twitter, FaceBook, LinkedIn, Live.com, Odnoklassniki, Yandex, Instagram, WordPress, Yahoo, Google, and Mail.ru.
You can quickly and easily configure all providers authorization through service Slogin.info.
Complete set comprises:
|Integration plugin for Community Builder||Download|
|Integration plugin for Easyblog||Download|
|Integration for Seblod||Download|
|Integration with JoomShopping||Buy|
|Integration SLogin - K2||Buy|
|Integration SLogin - Community Builder||Buy|
|Integration SLogin - JomSocial||Buy|
|Integration SLogin - Kunena||Buy|
|Integration SLogin - EasySocial||Buy|
|Crossposting plug into social networks Facebook and Twitter||Buy|
|Remove the link from the module Slogin||Buy|
|Version for Joomla 1.5 (not supported)||Buy|
Note: Component support is a paid service.
Filling the Joomla user profile at the first authentication.
Filling profile during registration through a social network. Avatar, name, username, email, date of birth.
Getting an email from social networks: Facebook, VK, OK, MS Live, Google, Yandex, Mail.ru, WP.COM, LinkedIn, Yahoo.
Support for avatars social networks Vkontakte, Facebook, Mail.ru, Odnoklassniki, Twitter, Google+, WordPress, LinkedIn, Yandex, Yahoo.
High speed operation due to the lack of intermediary services.
User Administration Slogin.
Support free integration with com_user, JComments, Community Builder and EasyBlog.
Localization: English, Russian, Ukrainian, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, Polish.
Shustry, who really longed for this extension and managed to talk us into its development. Later, he was the one to draw graphics for the extention.
SmokerMan, who developed component and module framework and handed it to us.
JoomLine, we tweaked the framework and added some ideas.
Arkady, who accomplished its development literally 'in a gulp', contributed lots of new ideas and improvements; if it were not him, social authentication would have not emerged for long time.