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Set Sign-In Page as Landing Page | plugin

Set Sign-In Page as Landing Page

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Last updated Aug 12 '18
Downloads 471
Published Nov 1 '15
Total downloads 4416
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Details

Plugin title Set Sign-In Page as Landing Page
Item published Ebenezer Obasi
Category Authentication, Integrations
Compatible with 1.8.0, 1.8.1, 1.8.2, 1.8.3, 1.8.4
Demo page www.eobasi.com/projects/set-sign-in-page-as-landing-page-oxwall-plugin/
License OSCL
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Description Adds a sign-in menu to your top menu items. You easily set your sign in page as the landing page by dragging the Sign In menu to the first place.

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Total product rate

Based on 6 reviews

Customer reviews

Max  Gonza
Problem Solver

This plugin is a problem solver, deserving 12 stars. Thanks to the developer for giving it out free.

Was it helpful? Yes·No Helpful for 4 out of 4 people

Max Gonza,
Nov 16 '15
Layth
Great plugin

Working perfectly

Was it helpful? Yes·No Helpful for 3 out of 3 people

Layth,
Nov 18 '15
Paul Towery
A Great Addition

This is a great addition for any website that has no sing-in landing page. I had a minor problem with it covering my facebook connect at the bottom, but i got instant help from the Dev. , problem was solved instantly. Thanks for your help and a Great Plugin. I'm looking forward for more plugin releases from you in the future.

Was it helpful? Yes·No Helpful for 3 out of 3 people

Paul Towery,
Feb 6 '16

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