Login and Register

    Umbraco Uno offers a couple of widgets to setup member registration and access. This articles presents an overview of the two widgets, Register and Login. To learn more about how to setup and restrict member access on an Umbraco Uno website, read the Members article.

    Register

    Register widget icon

    This widget lets you create an element on your page, where people can register for an account on your website. They will register by filling out the fields, which are Name, Email, and Password, and finalizing by pressing the Register button. After doing that they will get a message saying that their sign up was successful.

    In the backoffice you will be able to see your registerd members by clicking onto the Members tab. Here you can edit members and view how many members you have.

    Sample

    Example of a Register form on the frontend

    Configuration Options

    • Header
    • Text
    • Image
    • Background Color
    • Text Color
    • Success Message Heading (This is the heading of the message that displays after a member has successfully been created)
    • Success Message Text (This is the message that displays after a member has successfully been created)

    Register Backoffice

    Login

    Login widget icon

    The Login Widget allows the member that was created, using The Register Widget to login to their account.

    It is worth to note that The Login Widget, also works for members that were created by the admins in the backoffice.

    Sample

    Frontend example of a Login form

    Configuration Options

    • Heading
    • Text
    • Image
    • Background Color
    • Text Color
    • Redirect URL (This is where you decide where the members are redirected to after they log in)

    Login Backoffice

    When the Login widget is added to a page, whenever that page is loaded it will default to show the login form.

    This means that even if the Login widget is added as the bottom widget on a page, the frontend will be automatically be scrolled down to show the login form as the first thing.