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Hosted login pages

AuthRamp can host your login, password reset, account recovery, profile, and other user self-service pages. Authentication of users through AuthRamp login pages is done via OpenID Connect.

Domains

To use AuthRamp's hosted login pages, you'll need a domain to host them on. You can either user AuthRamp's auth.page domain (eg, your-site.auth.page) to host your login pages or use a subdomain you point to AuthRamp as a CNAME. You can use multiple domain names to host different login pages if you prefer.

Settings -> Domain

Branding

You can configure the links, logo, and other branding settings of Hosted Pages, as well as emails sent on your behalf by AuthRamp on the Settings -> Branding page.