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Configure Login Screen

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Introduction

This section is for selecting, authorizing and displaying components on the login page.

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Figure 1: Authentication

Display

  • Description: Enter the following details

    • Title - The top-heading of the login page.
    • Subtitle - A descriptive heading shown below the title.
    • Login Button Text - Customized text for the login button (only applicable to mobile apps).
  • Example:

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Figure 2a: Display

  • Result:

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Figure 2b: Display text on the Website


Figure 2c: Login Button text in the App


Images

  • Description: Logo for the login page that will be displayed on the Web and your mobile apps.
  • Example:

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Figure 5: Mobile and Desktop Logo

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Figure 6: Upload Desktop Logo

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Figure 7: Upload Mobile Logo

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Figure 8: Uploaded both the images

  • Result:

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Figure 9a: Desktop Logo


Figure 9b: Mobile Logo


Options

  • Description: Choose the options you want to display on the login-page for your users.

    1. Allow login as a Guest - Allow anonymous users to browse your application and place orders.

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      Figure 10a: Allow login as a Guest - Enabled

      note

      You must also turn ON the Enable Guest Checkout option in your Theme Settings. Go to AppearanceThemesEditPage Configuration, and select Cart Landing in the drop-down as shown below. Click Save once you turn ON the Enable Guest Checkout option.

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      Figure 10b: Enabling Guest Login in Theme Settings

    2. Login with Password - Allow users to enter email ID and password for login. If disabled, user will not be able to enter email ID and password for login.

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      Figure 11: Login with Password

    3. Login with SMS OTP - Allow users to enter mobile number and OTP for login. If disabled, user will not be able to enter mobile number and OTP for login.

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      Figure 12: Login with SMS OTP

    4. Register Page - Shows a registration link on visiting the landing page, if enabled.

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      Figure 13: Show Register Page

    5. Show Register Button - Shows a register option on the login page, if enabled.

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      Figure 14: Show Register Button

    6. Show Forgot Password - Shows a forgot password option for the users in case they wish to reset their password.

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      Figure 15: Show Forgot Password

    7. Is Email ID required for login? - Allow users to sign-in with or without entering their email ID. On enabling this, there are 2 options: soft and hard. Select Soft if you want to make it optional for the user to enter their mail ID. Else, select Hard, if you want to make it mandatory for the user to enter their mail ID.

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      Figure 16: Email ID required