While I’m working on the next version of WP-OAuth – a free social login plugin for WordPress – I thought I’d drop this screenshot preview of some upcoming features.
There will be some new settings, such as having the ability to automatically logout inactive users, suppress the welcome email during registration, or assign a user role during registration (even in Multisite, which removes this option). We also have a bug fix for cloud-based hosting providers such as Heroku, courtesy of our first open-source contributor, larsschenk.
But aside from that, I’ve included provider icons for the login buttons and you’ll be able to change the icon size, choose from different icon sets, or easily design/include your own icons. This leads us towards new layouts, all of which are configurable via the settings page or shortcode attributes:
Links-Column layout, styling handled by the theme:
Buttons-Row layout, no prefix or name:
Buttons-Row layout, no prefix, name or padding:
Settings page overhaul (again), now includes a shortcode designer and fully responsive/fluid layout for mobile devices:
Settings page responsive/fluid layout for mobile devices:
I’m also thinking about releasing a Plugin Boilerplate / Framework based on WP-OAuth, which other developers could use to develop their plugins quickly. It would definitely become my starting point for all future plugins.