How to setup 2-Factor Authentication on WordPress Login with Ajax form?
WordPress Login With Ajax is a plugin that adds the ability to place a login widget in the sidebar with seamless AJAX login effects for sites that require user logins or registrations but don’t want to utilize the standard WordPress login pages. The 2FA plugin provides TOTP/OTP based verification, Email or phone verification methods after Login with Ajax form. The purpose of this guide is to enable 2FA for Login with Ajax form. To use it with 2FA, go to the forms page in the WordPress admin and change the default login form for WordPress 2-Factor Authentication(2FA) plugin.
You can download miniOrange 2-Factor Authentication(2FA) plugin using the following link:
Enter your WordPress login credentials and click on the Login button.
miniOrange provides multiple 2-factor authentication(2FA) methods for WordPress as shown in the image below.
You can select any 2fa method of your choice. We will be configuring Google Authenticator for the WordPress Login with Ajax login form.
Select Google Authenticator from the list of two factor(2FA) methods.
Now install Google Authenticator app on your phone and scan the QR code from the current page.
Once this is done, the Google Authenticator Application will provide you with the security/Soft token or the six digits to verify your identity. Enter this security token in the field below and click on Verify and Save.
4. 2-Factor Authentication(2FA) Invoke with Login with Ajax login page.
Now open the incognito window in your browser and type your website’s URL.
On trying to login into the WordPress account, the Login with Ajax page will be prompted. Enter your account credentials and click on the Login button.
After entering the credentials, the Google Authenticator method will be prompted as a second factor for WordPress Login with Ajax form. Now enter the security token/six digits from the Google Authenticator app and click on Validate.
You will now be logged in to the WordPress dashboard.
We have Successfully configured the 2FA/MFA (Google authenticator) with WordPress Login with Ajax form.
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