How to Add One-Click Gmail Login to Your WordPress Website

Last Updated on December 29, 2022 by 3 Comments

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3 Comments

  1. I’d love to have the google sign on button elsewhere on my site, like in the header. I can’t seem to find a plugin to do that and simply doing google’s setup as if for a regular site, doesn’t create the user in the WordPress user section. Any notes on creating that kind of feature?

  2. A few years ago, Social Logins were found to lead to major security problems.

    Have these problems now been solved?

    • Hi BJ – I suppose the answer depends on which “problems” you’re referring to 🙂

      One of the main security concerns that comes with social login is that if the third-party platform (in this case, Google) experiences a data breach, attackers might be able to use that information to gain access to user accounts on your website. One way to minimize the impact of this issue would be to use social login with some kind of 2FA solution so that if users’ social credentials are compromised, there’s still another layer of protection between your site and malicious actors.

      Every ‘convenient’ solution has its drawbacks. When it comes to social login it’s best to weigh the pros and cons based on your knowledge of your site and its users.

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