NeonCRM Sign-In Plugin WordPress, Download, Install

Sign in to WordPress using a NeonCRM constituent account.

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How to Install NeonCRM Sign-In Plugin, Manually


  1. Obtain a NeonCRM account. Learn about NeonCRM
  2. Ensure that OAuth is enabled for your NeonCRM system. This guide can help you determine whether the API is enabled for your system:
    OAuth Keys
  3. Generate an API key to be used with this plugin. This guide explains how to generate an API key: API Keys
  4. Extract all files in the ‘neon-events’ plugin to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory,
  5. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  6. Navigate to Settings -> NeonSSO Settings
  7. Enter a valid API Key, Organization ID, OAuth Client ID, and OAuth Secret Key into the plugin settings.


Once the plugin is properly configured (following the steps above), a new login button will appear on your login page.

  1. Users with NeonCRM constituent accounts should click that button to log in.
  2. They will be directed to the NeonCRM login screen.
  3. After entering their credentials, they will be redirected BACK to WordPress and taken to their profile page. The sign-in process will automatically populate their WordPress profile with data retrieved from NeonCRM, including First Name, Last Name, Email, and Login name.


You can add the sign-in link to your navigation menus by going to Appearance > Menus. You may need to toggle this new section in the Screen Options.


You can also use a shortcode to place a login link anywhere on your website like this:


You can also include your own CSS classes in this shortcode:

[neon_sign_in_link class="btn btn-default"]

And, you can override your default button text like this:

[neon_sign_in_link]Member Login[/neon_sign_in_link]


  • This plugin expects that your user accounts exist in NeonCRM and do not yet exist in WordPress. There is currently no way to link user accounts that already exist in WordPress to accounts that already exist in NeonCRM.
  • WordPress requires each user to have a unique email address. NeonCRM does not. This means it’s possible for multiple NeonCRM users to have the same email address. If a user tries to log in to WordPress using this plugin and their email address has already been associated with a WordPress user, the login will fail. The plugin does not yet gracefully deal with this issue, largely due to the structure of NeonCRM.


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