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Integration of Dribbble Single Sign-on (Dribbble SSO ) with Joomla using OAuth 2.0 Protocol. The miniOrange Joomla OAuth / OpenID Connect Single Sign-on (SSO) plugin makes it simple to set up Dribbble SSO into Joomla and enable secure login into joomla. As a result, users can log in to Joomla and access the site by authenticating with their Dribbble identity provider credentials.
Visit our Joomla OAuth Client Plugin page to learn more about the features and Pricing plans we offer for the Joomla OAuth Single Sign-on (OAuth & OpenID connect) plugin.
Please refer our detailed Handbook for the Joomla OAuth/OpenID Single Sign-On plugin, which gives an in-depth explanation of the various features of the plugin. You can get to the handbook at anytime directly from the plugin's UI for quicker access.
Follow the steps below to configure Dribbble login in Joomla
Page and Post Restriction plugin restricts Joomla pages and posts of the site based on User Roles and their Login Status.Know More
Role/Group-Based Redirection Add-on can be used to redirect the user to a specific URL based on the roles/groups received from the OAuth server.Know More
SSO session management add-on manages the login session time of your users based on their Joomla roles.Know More
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