The felogin extension requires no special configuration. All options are available in the plugin's FlexForm as shown in the Screenshots.
Using the plugin¶
The felogin plugin is available through the Content Wizard as Login Form:
Choosing a User Storage Page for Website Users¶
In order for Website Users to be able to log in, the felogin plugin must know where the records are stored. There are two possibilities for setting this storage folder:
Edit the felogin plugin, setting the field for the User Storage Page to your storage page.
Or set the UID of you storage folder through TypoScript in the setup field of your TypoScript record:
plugin.tx_felogin_login.settings.pages = xxx
Access restrictions on the felogin plugin¶
A very common issue is, that the felogin plugin is set to Access: Hide at login. After the core has processed the login request, the page will be rendered without the felogin plugin. If there are redirect options active they will not be executed, simply because the felogin plugin is hidden.
Of course setting the felogin plugin to Hide at login and having redirect options together doesn't really makes sense.