seeing as I have my forum embedded in a WordPress blog which already has a user database, I'd like to leave only the SSO sign-in option available and remove the regular username and password part of the login form. How should I go about this?
I'd just use css in your custom theme. Firebug is your friend.
If they have to be logged in using your wp, why not do a redirect to wp login , if they are not logged into forums. Then hide vanilla login etc
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Thanks for your reply, that's pretty much what I'd like to know how to do, how to 'hide vanilla login etc'. Please care to elaborate.
Good question. I dunno lol
Modify methods to be somewhat like MainForm, in the /applications/dashboard/design style.css file:
In signin.php (/applications/dashboard/views/entry), remove the entry and multiple/single entry methods class from their div:
//replaces echo '
Don't render the main sign-in form, comment it out, same file:
// Render the main signin form.
Code tags don't seem to be working, here's my post in plain text: pastie.org/private/lctfitmsldlrc0kqeqt2a .