hi, is there a tutorial for just securing one page or item in wordpress.
To make a secure area without member registration
Just ad a password to the page when you publish it, and no one without a password can see or access that page.
This looks really cool and simple to use however, I noticed that by using Clef as a single sign-on source, we are relying Clef to maintain our account information. With all of these hacks occurring to various major corporations, how can we be ensured that Clef won't be targeted and all of our account information compromised?
Great product and I have set it up on 3 WordPress websites and its working fine. What I don't understand is how am I able to login into a WordPress admin area that I'm not a member of using only the Clef login process? Furthermore how do I only allow myself or anyone I want specifically to login without others having the same ability? In other words ONLY specific users I want should have access.
Hey George! You can do that with the standard WordPress permissions — if you disallow registration on your site (in General Settings), then only users with accounts can connect their accounts and log in with Clef.
If you have any more questions about that, shoot us an email at email@example.com and we'll help you out!
No good! I can't download the app it indicated that clef is not compatible with my device.
What happens if you do loose your phone can you still log into your wordpress site from the classic login page?
Nice tool.. can i add this 'LOGIN with Phone' link / button also with a Shortcode to any other position on the site? ( wordpress)
The app does not allow me to enter the email address as it shows in the tutorial. SO we cannot get it to work.
Can I set up a PC as a trusted devise so that iPhone is not needed for log-in?
Can Clef be installed on a Windows phone?
Amazingly simple to set up. Great stuff guys
Love this app. Have installed it now on 4 sites. One of those, unfortunately is my wife's and now she can't log in. She has Clef on her phone and goes to scan the image and gets prompted for her login details. These then fail and she gets locked out. Any ideas? Thanks heaps! John
Hey John — can you email our support at firstname.lastname@example.org? Thanks!