Integration of Flickr Social Login ( Flickr SSO ) For WordPress using OAuth 2.0 Protocol.
miniOrange Social Login and Register enables your users to use their Flickr account to login/register to your WordPress Website. Give your users a Best choice, without remembering passwords, to login/register on your WordPress website. Setup miniOrange Social Login and Register plugin in few easy steps and allow your users to login using Flickr.
Why should I implement Flickr Social Login / Flickr Sign In (Flickr SSO) on my WordPress Site?
Flickr is an American image hosting and video hosting website. It is mainly used by amateur and professional photographers to host high-resolution photos. With a one-click configure Flickr Social login on your WordPress login page, your users can quickly log in to your website using their Flickr account. It saves them time, and they wouldn’t have to enter their login details at any time. The can simply login with Flickr and get logged in to your WordPress website with a click.
Social Login is the most popular thing you implement on your website nowadays. Almost all websites allows the user to sign in using their social accounts. Through this, a user doesn’t need to go through account creation process on your website. It also saves you build a system of sign up flow. Social sites already did this and websites can rely on the social sites for user verification.
What is OAuth 2.0?
OAuth 2.0, which stands for “Open Authorization”, is a standard designed to allow a website or application to access resources hosted by other web apps on behalf of a user. OAuth 2.0 provides consented access and restricts actions of what the client app can perform on resources on behalf of the user, without ever sharing the user’s credentials.
Although the web is the main platform for OAuth 2, the specification also describes how to handle this kind of delegated access to other client types (browser-based applications, server-side web applications, native/mobile apps, connected devices, etc.)
WordPress Social Login plugin allows for secure login into WordPress while utilizing Flickr as an OAuth and OpenID Connect provider. You may also configure the plugin to use several OAuth providers, such as Facebook, Google, Discord, Twitter, LinkedIn, Amazon, Stackoverflow, Twitch any many more. It enables sophisticated Single Sign-On functionalities like user Customize Icons, Redirection and so on. In this article, we will go through how to set up SSO between WordPress and Flickr.
WordPress Flickr Single Sign-On (SSO) for WordPress can be achieved by using our WordPress Social Login plugin.
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