The Login Entry Page settings determine the initial login page wording if you have
enabled externally accessible groups, or if your community uses SAML SSO, and you have also
enabled form-based authentication for non-SSO users.
If you've enabled non-SSO users to use your site via form-based login, or you've
enabled externally-accessible groups so users outside your site can see content in
certain groups, you can use the Login Entry Page settings to customize how different
users experience the login page. You can use the default wording provided, or edit
the wording in all the supported languages. When users access the login page, their
browser settings will determine which language they see.
To configure the login entry page:
Make sure SAML SSO is configured in your community.
groups or go to and select Enable Form-based Login. You
should now be able to see the Login Entry Page dialog under .
Select the language you want to edit and change the text to how you'd like it
to appear on the initial login page. This is the page users will see the first
time they navigate to the site directly, as opposed to clicking through from an
invitation. You'll probably want to change the text for all the languages your
users typically use when accessing your site. You can change the page title and
the field labels as well as the explanatory text. (Community user instructions
and external user instructions are both displayed at the same time, in different
regions of the page. You can see what this looks like, and preview any changes
you make, using the Preview Pre-login Page button.) Keep
in mind when you design your text that your regular community users will
typically be logged in automatically using SSO, while external users will need
to provide user name and password to access the site.
Click Save. If you want to revert to the original text at any time, you can
click Reset to Defaults.