Social Network Providers

Manage the list of social network providers available in your store under Website → Social login. Customers can log in on you store using these providers.

Important

The Social login section will appear under Website only if you activate Social login under Add-ons → Manage add-ons.

Use the + button in the top right corner of a page to add new provider or click the gear button of the particular provider and choose the required action to edit or delete it.

When you add or edit a provider, you can see the following settings. The list of settings can vary depending on a provider:

  • Provider—choose the social network provider. The button for registration via this provider will be added to the user’s sign in form.
  • Status—the status of the provider in your store—Active or Disabled.

Provider-Specific Settings

When you select a provider, additional settings will appear. This is the list of provider-specific settings:

Google

  • ID—the identificator given to you after creating a project at Google.com.
  • Secret key—Secret key given to you after creating a project at Google.com.
  • Callback URL—URL that Google will use for the callback in case of successful authorization.

Learn more about Googe integration in HybridAuth User Guide.

Facebook

  • ID—the App ID given to you after creating an application at Facebook.com.
  • Secret key—Secret key given to you after creating an application at Facebook.com.
  • Valid OAuth redirect URIs—the value of this field is generated by CS-Cart and needs to be copied to the same field of an application at Facebook.com.

Learn more about Facebook integration in HybridAuth User Guide.

Hint

If necessary, you can also embed your store into a Facebook page.

PayPal

  • ID—the App ID given to you after the creating an application at PayPal.
  • Secret key—the secret key given to you after creating an application at PayPal.
  • Use seamless checkout—tick this checkbox to allow customers seamlessly checkout with PayPal without the need to log in to PayPal again. Learn more about seamless checkout at Paypal Developer Portal.
  • Test mode—tick this checkbox, if you want the PayPal payments functionality work in test mode.
  • Callback URL—the URL that PayPal will use for the callback in case of successful authorization.

Twitter

  • ID—the consumer key given to you after creating an application at Twitter.com.
  • Secret key—the secret key given to you after creating an application at Twitter.com.
  • Callback URL—the URL that Twitter will use for the callback in case of successful authorization.

Learn more about Twitter integration in HybridAuth User Guide.

Yahoo

  • ID—the ID given to you after creating an application at Yahoo.com.
  • Secret key—the secret key given to you after creating an application at Yahoo.com.

Learn more about Yahoo integration in HybridAuth User Guide.

Live

  • ID—the App ID given to you after the creating an application at Live.
  • Secret key—the secret key given to you after creating an application at Live.

LinkedIn

  • ID—the consumer key given to you after the creating an application at LinkedIn.com.
  • Secret key—the secret key given to you after creating an application at LinkedIn.com.

Learn more about LinkedIn integration in HybridAuth User Guide.

Foursquare

  • ID—the App ID given to you after creating an application at Foursquare.
  • Secret key—the secret key given to you after creating an application at Foursquare.

Learn more about Foursquare integration in HybridAuth User Guide.