For WordPress instructions see here
I suggest you to follow the examples in the example folder along with
the following steps. Method documentation is inside the
Basically, you need to do this:
- Create a Flarum object with your configuration. See here for parameters explanation.
- Do your action (login, logout or delete). There is a method in this lib for any of these actions.
If you have trouble with the plugin API, you can check the API docs
You can open settings of the plugin from the Settings --> Flarum SSO plugin menu. See below for help about settings.
Here are explained settings of the plugin. These must be set when an object is created or, in case of WP plugin, in the plugin settings page.
- Enable SSO (WP ONLY): Mark this checkbox to enable SSO
- Flarum URL: This is the URL of your Flarum public folder (the URL where you can see your Flarum)
- Root domain: The domain of the root website (the SSO one, see below for exceptions. This setting is already precompiled in the WP plugin)
- API Key: The API key you have added in pre-installation steps. Password Token: Just a random string to encrypt Flarum passwords (you can use this tool to generate one)
- Token lifetime: Optional. This is set by default to 14. It indicates the token/cookie expiration.
- PRO features key (ONLY WP): Enable PRO features by entering here your PayPal payment transaction ID. Check here for more info about PRO features.
- Insecure mode: Optional. This is set by default to false. Enable this ONLY if you don't have an SSL certificate or you're developing on your local server such as XAMPP
If you have an SSO system built at
account.example.com (so in a
subdomain) and your Flarum installation at
another subdomain) you must set the
root_domain option to
example.com (the root domain, not the subdomain
account.example.com) While this is possible, it's not possible to get
this extension working on two different domains (
example2.com) due to cookies limitation
(see here for more info)