You can see the default UI when you visit the
/auth?rid=emailpassword by default) on your website. The form is split into a sign in and a sign up form, and by default, we show the sign in form.
The sign up form checks if the email is unique and if not, shows an error to the user saying that the email already exists. Likewise, if any of the form field's validation fails, the user will see an error like below.
In the sign in form, if the user enters an email that doesn't exist, or is an incorrect email & password combintation, they will see the following error.
If there are network related errors, or the backend sends a status code >= 300, then we show the following UI.
- Replacing, customising or embedding the forms
- Language translation
- Post sign in action
- Post sign up action
- Showing sign up by default
- Adding extra form fields in sign up
- Changing fields validation logic
- Changing field labels and place holder
- Enabling password managers
- Password hashing algorithms
- Disabling sign up
- Customising user ID format