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Features / Usability

Passing login credentials via the URL

United States

We have created a single user for our wiki - one that provides our customers with access to the information. I would like to add a link from our primary website to the wiki site and I would like to include the login credentials in the link, e.g.:


Is this feature supported out-of-the box or via an existing plugin? If so, would you please point me to such. If not, any suggestions?

Thank you.

Catalan Countries

Hi groston

Search for the feature Token Access & Share in the documenation:

FYI, you can alternatively also play with the http auth:

Or search through here:
or here

My best bet is that with "Tokens Access" & "Share" feautre you will do.

United States


Thank you for the reply. Based on your comments, I have been trying to get the Token Access to work, but no luck yet.

First, I went to http://my-site.tld/tiki-admin.php?page=security, clicked the Tokens tab, enabled token access, set Def Max Hits to a large number, and unchecked the other three boxes (share access rights - tell a friend, share access rights - share, do not delete temp users)

Then, on the page http://my-site.tld/tiki-admin_tokens.php, I clicked the Add New Token tab and added the following info:

Groups: Registered

I then clicked add. When I then entered the above URL into a browser window, I got the following error: Token Error - Your access to this page has expired.

I then deleted the above token and created one with this URL: http://my-site.tld/tiki-index.php?page=HomePage&TOKEN=68c3feef6d99754acd910c8643afee9f. When I entered this URL into a browser, I got the same error as above.

What am I doing wrong?

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