- Generic login form styling
HtmlEditorFieldwhich used to compress the rich text editor dependency. No longer required since compression is performed as part of the CMS build automatically. See (#832)(https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-admin/issues/832)
Generic login form styling
Login forms in SilverStripe are traditionally embedded in your page template. This often requires style adjustments in your website, for example to cover variations such as error messages and validation feedback. It also complicates more advanced login flows such as multi-factor authentication.
Starting with this release, new installations include the
module. It provides generic styles which look great without any adjustments.
You can choose to add your own logo, or customise the templates.
The URLs to login functionality have not changed (e.g.
Existing SilverStripe websites upgrading to this release can opt in to using login forms via composer:
composer require silverstripe/login-forms
Note that any customisations you might have in
no longer apply when this module is installed. If you have customised the login process
by adding form fields, or through custom handlers such as SAML or LDAP,
you'll need to review those before starting to use the module.
checkHistoricalPasswordsare now deprecated from 4.5.0 onwards (previously 5.0).