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#1

Is it possible to configure the web Lock hosted page to just show login for Social Connection and don’t show the username and password fields?


#2

Yes, by default the Lock instance used in the hosted login page (HLP) will only show the connections enabled for the client application that initiated the request so if you have a client application that only wants to support social connections then you should not enable any database (username/password) connection in the client settings.

If you are in the situation that the client application needs to support a database connection, but you just don’t want to show it in the HLP then you can can customize it and set the allowedConnections options. For example:

allowedConnections: 'twitter', 'facebook', 'linkedin']

The above would result in Lock only showing the listed connections even if there were more connections enabled for the client application.


#3