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.
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.
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.