The SilverStripe Login Forms module provides templates for the login screen.
SilverStripe defaults to using the standard
Page.ss template for login forms,
and is usually customised through the
This module overrides any template or theme inheritance,
and uses it's own
Security.ss template, in order to provide consistent
styling and behaviour that's independent from the specifics in your project.
This enables more sophisticated login styling, such
as multi-factor authentication through silverstripe/mfa.
Install the package via composer.
composer require silverstripe/login-forms
The module is enabled by default.
Even though this template is generic, it's often a good idea
to add your own logo in order to make your login forms
more recogniseable for your users. This can also help
to prevent generic phishing attempts.
and add your own logo. Example:
<img class="app-brand__logo" src="logo.png" alt="$SiteConfig.Title" />
In the unlikely case that you want to re-introduce some customisations
into this new template, you can give priority to your own project templates
$default), or your theme templates.
--- Before: - '#login-forms' --- SilverStripe\LoginForms\EnablerExtension: login_themes: - '$default' - 'mytheme'
Caution: Replacing the
Security.ss template is not recommended,
since it might change in the future.
Contributions are welcome! Create an issue, explaining a bug or propose development ideas. Find more information on
contributing in the SilverStripe developer documentation.
Please create an issue for any bugs you've found, or features you're missing.
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