How to Integrate Facebook Login with WordPress

Last Updated on February 3, 2023 by 5 Comments

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5 Comments

  1. I bought “Login and Registration Addon for Divi” and I have configured “Nextend Social Login Pro”, but no social login appears on the login page…
    Is this ONLY for WordPress login page?

  2. I will try

  3. Thank you for the great content.
    The Facebook page is already linked to my website.
    What’s the difference between the Facebook link that already connected to the website via Monarch plugin and Facebook login functionality? How this Nextend Social plugin will work with Monarch plugin, please?

    Thank you.

    • Hi Inhee – Monarch is a social sharing plugin, which means it enables users to easily post content from your site to their social media accounts. This functionality is separate from social login. Rather than linking your own Facebook account to your website, this enables registered users to access their accounts on your website with their Facebook credentials.

      The two plugins should work just fine alongside one another, as they don’t have overlapping functionality (even though they’re both related to social media).

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