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Hubspot Single Sign-On (SSO) using WordPress as Identity Provider

Hubspot Single Sign-On (SSO) using WordPress as Identity Provider


miniOrange Hubspot OAuth Single Sign-On (SSO) application enables secure login into Hubspot CMS landing pages, blogs and other pages using Wordpress as OAuth provider. It supports advanced Single Sign-On (SSO) features such as user profile Attribute mapping, etc.

Here we will go through a guide to configure SSO between Hubspot and WordPress. By the end of this guide, users should be able to login to Hubspot from WordPress. To know more about miniOrange Hubspot OAuth Single Sign-On plugin and other Hubspot Integrations, you can click here.

Feel free to contact us at hubspotsupport@xecurify.com to know more about how to install the miniOrange Hubspot OAuth Single Sign-On app.


Pre-requisites : Download And Installation

1. Installation Steps for Hubspot App

  • Log into your Hubspot account as an admin.
  • Click here to install miniOrange Hubspot OAuth Single Sign-On (SSO) app.

2. Installation Steps for WordPress OAuth Server Single Sign-On (SSO) plugin

  • Log into your WordPress instance as an admin.
  • Go to the WordPress Dashboard -> Plugins and click on Add New.
  • Search for a WordPress OAuth Server Single Sign-On (SSO) plugin and click on Install Now.
  • Once installed click on Activate.

Steps to configure Hubspot Single Sign-On (SSO) Login with WordPress as Identity Provider

1. Setup WordPress as OAuth Provider

  • Go to OAuth Server Plugin on WordPress and fill the Client Name as you desire. Also fill the Redirect URI. To know how to setup OAuth server on WordPress, click here.
  • Enable  Hubspot Single Sign-On(SSO)  Login using WordPress as Identity Provider
  • Click on Save Client button and you will see the following screen. Note down the Client ID, Client Secret, Endpoints and Scope to configure the hubspot.
  • Enable  Hubspot Single Sign-On(SSO)  Login using WordPress as Identity Provider

2. Setup Hubspot as OAuth Client

  • Install the miniOrange Single Sign-On (SSO) app on your hubspot account and Click on Connect App.
  • Enable  Hubspot Single Sign-On(SSO)  Login using WordPress as Identity Provider
  • You will see the following screen where you need to fill in the endpoint details:
  • Enable  Hubspot Single Sign-On(SSO)  Login using WordPress as Identity Provider
  • Paste the Client ID, Client Secret and the Endpoint URLs in screen which we saw in step 2 of Setup WordPress as OAuth Provider.
  • Click on Save button and then Test Configuration.
  • Enable  Hubspot Single Sign-On(SSO)  Login using WordPress as Identity Provider
  • After clicking the Test Configuration button, a popup will appear. Click Allow button.
  • Enable  Hubspot Single Sign-On(SSO)  Login using WordPress as Identity Provider
  • You will be redirected to wordpress login page. Enter your WordPress user credentials to login.
  • Enable  Hubspot Single Sign-On(SSO)  Login using WordPress as Identity Provider
  • After successful login, you will see the following screen.
  • Enable  Hubspot Single Sign-On(SSO)  Login using WordPress as Identity Provider

    Restrict public access to Hubspot website/ pages/ content (Landing Page or Blog)

  • Restricting access to your HubSpot website can help to protect your pages from unauthorized access. By restricting access, you can ensure that only authorized users can view and interact with your pages. This can be useful for protecting sensitive information. This will allow you to restrict access to your hubspot pages / content as visitors will be needed to login first and then they will be able to access the hubspot page. This will also help you to track your vistors and also generate potential leads.
  • Now go to you Hubspot dashboard and Click on CMS HUB Free -> Marketing ->Website and choose Webiste Page or Blog. We have chosen Website Pages for this tutorial.
  • Enable  Hubspot Single Sign-On(SSO)  Login using WordPress as Identity Provider
  • Select the page on which you want to enable (Forced Authentication or SSO) and click the Edit button. Here we have seleceted and HomePage.
  • Enable  Hubspot Single Sign-On(SSO)  Login using WordPress as Identity Provider
  • Goto Settings tab and scroll down to Advanced Settings. Copy the script that you see in Step 6 and paste it inside the HTML section of Advanced Settings and click Publish button.
  • Enable  Hubspot Single Sign-On(SSO)  Login using WordPress as Identity Provider
  • Now, if you go to the page in which you included the script, you will see the following screen and required to put in Login Credentials of your Identity Provider.
  • Enable  Hubspot Single Sign-On(SSO)  Login using WordPress as Identity Provider
  • Fill in the login credentials and click Login, you will be redirected to the website page successfully.
  • Enable  Hubspot Single Sign-On(SSO)  Login using WordPress as Identity Provider

    Congratulations! You have successfully integrated WordPress with Hubspot to enable WordPress users to see your Hubspot content.


Track your visitors (Contact Sync)

  • After a user logs in through the Single Sign-On feature, a contact will be created which includes his details that are received from the WordPress (Identity Provider) for the particular user.

  • This can be very useful for generating leads, as it allows you to quickly and easily add new contacts to your HubSpot marketing and sales pipelines. By using contact sync, you can ensure that your HubSpot account is always up-to-date with the latest information about your leads and customers (site visitors), which can help you to more effectively target your marketing efforts and generate more qualified leads.
  • Hubspot Contacts Page

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Mail us on hubspotsupport@xecurify.com for quick guidance(via email/meeting) on your requirement and our team will help you to select the best suitable solution/plan as per your requirement.




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