Openid

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Chris Graham
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12th January 2016

Openid

6,701 Downloads

Added 12th January 2016

OpenID login support to Composr, so you can log in with, for example, a Google account.

This is based on the work of Martin Conte Mac Donell (OpenID-realselector) and Mewp (LightOpenID).

This addon has now been moved to the Development category because it no longer seems to work properly, and major providers including Google and Facebook have dropped OpenID support. Ideally it will be rewritten as OpenID Connect, on top of a shared Composr oAuth framework…

Please guide on how
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set the settings of openid
(security token not found)
Sorry, I tried to fix this addon, but it really needs to be rewritten. Since it was made originally Facebook and Google have dropped OpenID 2 support, I couldn't get the UI working, and a Yahoo login was returning corrupt data. The original code it was based on has disappeared from the Internet.

So I've moved it to the Development category.
Don't work with openid anymore, just google, because facebook(i know)has dropped the support intentionally.
Right. In the ideal world we'd completely rewrite this addon to use OpenID Connect (the new version of OpenID). Unfortunately there's unlikely to be any financial resources behind that, most are happy enough to have just Facebook login working (which we have a good addon for).
please solve this error issue: Saman Friends
By the way, it's really cool to see a site using Arabic. If you'd like any help with the translation process, Rajesh Kumar would be happy to assist you.

I noticed some 'undefined' errors on your front page. This was an editing bug that is fixed in 10.0.3. Unfortunately you do need to re-edit the front page to add those blocks back in.
hi again, how can i edit the login module to replace the fb and oi icons with my own g+ console?
i want a one login system for all my sites network, how is it done?
is there a way than login and signup process be the same? (means:) no need to signup, when you login if your username and password are not registered, the system takes them as signup request and logs you in.
also another idea is new comers can test the system with a onetime anonymous login that monitors their ip and after some time it requests from them to login with g+ then after some days they should register with the original site.
thank you, next time, see you bye!

saman said

hi again, how can i edit the login module to replace the fb and oi icons with my own g+ console?
i want a one login system for all my sites network, how is it done?
is there a way than login and signup process be the same? (means:) no need to signup, when you login if your username and password are not registered, the system takes them as signup request and logs you in.

If you are a fairly proficient PHP programmer, or if you have access to a PHP programmer, you would have to code and integrate a Google-based signup very much like the openid addon coded and integrated OpenID. The process would be similar for integrating login and paid subscriptions into one process. It would take some knowledge of PHP and some studying of the Composr framework and addon system to integrate the ecommerce and login systems and to implement Google-based signups. If you aren't a PHP programmer and don't have one working with you on your project, you could pay to have these implemented. Both of these features and their costs are listed in the Composr Feature/Issue Tracker:

I'd be willing to put in 10 or 15 percent of the total cost listed (total cost is currently between $800-$900USD) in the tracker to get both of these implemented. We would just need a small group (6-18 people) to each put up anywhere from 5 to 15 percent to get these funded. Or, we would need to get people to vote these features up to the top of the list on the feature/issue tracker (Feature development tracker - Composr) and convince more people to become patrons of Composr at Patreon (Chris Graham is creating Composr CMS & Support materials | Patreon) to support the additional feature additions.

You say you want one login system for all your sites network. If you mean that you will have multiple sites and want them all to share a single user database for signing up and logging in, then you will want to check out the tutorial on Multi Site Networks -Composr Tutorial: Advanced techniques for multi-site-networks - Composr

saman said

also another idea is new comers can test the system with a onetime anonymous login that monitors their ip and after some time it requests from them to login with g+ then after some days they should register with the original site.
thank you, next time, see you bye!

This sound like another job for a programmer. Alternatively, you could get a similar flow working with the features already available in Composr. You would have a two zone setup. Zone one would be a guest zone that would have a login/signup form. You could have small teaser of the sample content displayed in this zone to encourage people to register for free. This teaser content would have permissions set for the Guest usergroup. Once registered for a free account, this guest zone would display even more sample content. The rest of the sample content would have permissions set for the Registered member usergroup. The registered user could then purchase a subscription and be moved into a Subscriber usergroup which would give them access to Zone two. Zone two is where you would put all of your main site content.

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