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How can I integrate a login feature?


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My name is Schaeffer Warnock and I am seeking help from a web specialist to help me implement a standard login feature for a Squarespace website and possibly train me on how to implement it in the future.

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I am designing a website for my father. I have the design skills to make it look good but not the coding skills to implement a login. The company is an association in which construction contractors pay an annual fee to be apart of. In return, they get access to industry contacts, events, and discount codes on the website. I am in need of a login system where we give paid members login information in order to access the information listed above. Or make individual pages with the industry contacts, events, and discount codes that each member has to login to in order to access the page.

If this is something you believe you could accomplish please let me know and I would love to possibly work with you!

Thanks in advance!

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For the Specialist question, you can find the Squarespace Specialists.

Bear in mind that Squarespace 7 doesn’t have a login option for members available, however, a possible option here would be using a third party widget like Sentry Login (Sentry Login features), to restrict access on pages. So, on the pages you want to restrict access to “members”, you will need to add the Sentrylogin custom code into the Code Injection area of the pages.

Per-page code injection can be added within the Page, Blog, or Gallery Settings of the page you’re wanting to add your code to. Step 5 of the guide above explains this in greater detail: Per-Page Code Injection.

The Sentrylogin widget allows you to create the membership option, so you can restrict access to the pages where you have their code on. With that said, only registered users can access specific pages on your site.

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You can use Sentry Login (Squarespace staff regularly recommend it in help tickets).

It lets you password protect any of your Squarespace pages and put on a login box that opens from a link in the Navigation Menu of your site.

It is cheap and super easy to integrate. It is available at https://www.Sentrylogin.com

This is a quick example of what it looks like when implemented: http://eric-shawn.squarespace.com/

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We've created a login system designed for Squarespace ecommerce (it also supports social login via Facebook, Twitter, and Google) that also includes an order history section (we plan on adding additional features such as wishlists and a loyalty program soon). It's currently in beta and completely free (no coding required, just copying and pasting), you can try it out at https://www.moosko.com!

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We've created a login system designed for Squarespace ecommerce (it also supports social login via Facebook, Twitter, and Google) that also includes an order history section (we plan on adding additional features such as wishlists and a loyalty program soon). It's currently in beta and completely free (no coding required, just copying and pasting), you can try it out at https://www.moosko.com!

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Yeah I would avoid using this service...The Twitter login API requests the following when authenticating:

- Read Tweets from your timeline. - See who you follow, and follow new people. - Update your profile. - Post Tweets for you. - Access your direct messages. - See your email address.

Why would you need this access for a login?!

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We've tried to install your beta code @moosko but there are a few bugs (twitter login definitely disabled as per @jrdnterry note below).

I've sent numerous support email requests. No response yet. Are you guys still in business?

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