Dribbble Authentication

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Duncan from Memberstack
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This article will show you how to add a "Continue with Dribbble" button to your signup, login, and profile forms. Part one is a 1-minute video with step-by-step instructions to connect your Memberstack and Dribbble accounts. Part two will show you how to set up the front end. 

Part 1: The Backend

Here's a link to Dribbble's Developer Site.

Part 2: The Frontend


If you're using Memberstack's pre-built sign-up, login, or profile UI, then social auth button will appear automatically. 

If you'd like to add a social auth button to your custom Webflow forms this next section is for you.

Signup & Login Forms

I recommend copying one of our Webflow social auth buttons. They are 100% built in Webflow, already have the attributes you need, and are easy to customize:

A) Light Theme Dribbble Button 

B) Dark Theme Dribbble Button


Can members login using a sign up form?

Yes! By default, members who already have an account will automatically be logged.

Can members sign up using a login form?

By default no, but you can enable sign ups in login forms by adding a new attribute to your login modal buttons. Here's a 1-minute video tutorial showing how to add the attributes. 

  1. Add the data-ms-social-auth-allow-signup attribute to your custom login forms (data-ms-form="login").
  2. Add the data-ms-social-auth-allow-signup attribute to your login modal buttons (data-ms-modal="login").

Once complete, your social auth buttons will create accounts for new members. 

Profile Forms

In this other tutorial, we'll create a UI for members to connect providers, view previously connected providers, and (optionally) disconnect providers. 

Social Auth Buttons in Profile Forms


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