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EE Version Support
- ExpressionEngine 2
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Extension, Module, Plugin
Authenticate brings proper member authentication into ExpressionEngine with inline error handling, removes the ugly redirect screens, and supports logins using an -mail address opposed to a username. Authenticate supports forgot password forms too.
Front-end authentication that doesn’t suck
The native front-end authentication for ExpressionEngine isn’t very good. A main pitfall to the default Member Module is the inability to not require usernames. E-mail addresses are much easier to remember and are one less point of error for most users when it comes to remembering something. Another big fault of Member Module is it’s lack of proper error handling. There is no real good way to display this stuff inline, in the template, in a familiar fashion.
Authenticate makes life easy and allows you to give your users a good experience.
- Login Form
- Forgot Password Form
- Proper inline error handling
- Removes ugly redirect screens on login and logout
- Adds redirect option on logout
Use it with Safecracker Registration
Safecracker Registration is the counter-part to Authenticate. With the same simplicity and familiarity, you can now use Safecracker to register users and update member profiles for a great price.
|EE Support||Downloads||Add-On Version||Release Date|
|Not Specified||Download||1.2.7||Oct 22, 2012|
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This entry was created February 6, 2012, 10:38 am.
This entry was last updated January 3, 2013, 7:59 pm.
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There seems to be some issues with EE 2.6.1 with this add-on. I’m sure it’s related to the recent major change to the core. I’d post a support topic but it doesn’t look like others are getting a response from the author.
Matt Weinberg 05.03.13
This is a really fantastic add-on. Having inline error handling on these forms is great, and we love that it removes the login/logout interstitials.
A top-notch add-on. Needed to give my clients the ability to log in to an EE2-based app with their email instead of a username AND I wanted to easily customize the ‘forgot password’ form with the same theme as the rest of the app. This add-on made both these tasks a BREEZE!