WordPress Social Login Documentation
|Installation||Tow to install WSL.|
|Networks Setup||Outlines the required steps to allow WSL to connect users through social networks.|
|Widget Settings||Customize the way you want WSL Widget to look and behave.|
|Widget Themes||A number of customizations you may find useful to better fit the WSL Widget to your website theme.|
|Bouncer||Advanced WSL Configuration.|
|User Data||Outlines how WSL can give you access to a rich and standardized users profiles and contacts across all the social networks.|
|BuddyPress||Outlines how to integrate WSL with BuddyPress.|
|Authentication Process||Outlines how the WSL authentication process works. Plus a quick reference for the used hooks (actions and filters).|
|Widget Generation||Outlines how the WSL authentication widget is generated. Plus a quick reference for the used hooks (actions and filters).|
|Pluggable PHP Functions||A quick reference for the WSL functions that you may "over-write".|
|Access Social APIs||Outlines how access social networks apis through simple php code.|
|Code Snippets||A number of useful snippets collected over time.|
|Migrating to WSL 2.2+||Outlines how to migrate to WSL 2.2+.|
|Common issues||A list of the common issues some users have experienced and how to solve them.|
|Advanced Troubleshooting||Outlines how to use WSL internal tools to troubleshoot complex issues.|
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