Overridable templates

allauth ships many templates, viewable in the allauth/templates directory.

For instance, the view corresponding to the account_login URL uses the template account/login.html. If you create a file with this name in your code layout, it can override the one shipped with allauth.

Template Tags

The following template tag libraries are available:

  • account: tags for dealing with accounts in general
  • socialaccount: tags focused on social accounts

Account Tags

Use user_display to render a user name without making assumptions on how the user is represented (e.g. render the username, or first name?):

{% load account %}

{% user_display user %}

Or, if you need to use in a {% blocktrans %}:

{% load account %}

{% user_display user as user_display %}
{% blocktrans %}{{ user_display }} has logged in...{% endblocktrans %}

Then, override the ACCOUNT_USER_DISPLAY setting with your project specific user display callable.

If you set ACCOUNT_USERNAME_REQUIRED = False and ACCOUNT_USER_MODEL_USERNAME_FIELD = None, then you can simply display the user.email with {{ user }}:

In case you forgot, your username is {{ user }}.

Social Account Tags

Use the provider_login_url tag to generate provider specific login URLs:

{% load socialaccount %}

<a href="{% provider_login_url "openid" openid="https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id" next="/success/url/" %}">Google</a>
<a href="{% provider_login_url "twitter" %}">Twitter</a>

Here, you can pass along an optional process parameter that indicates how to process the social login. You can choose between login and connect:

<a href="{% provider_login_url "twitter" process="connect" %}">Connect a Twitter account</a>

Furthermore, you can pass along an action parameter with value reauthenticate to indicate that you want the user to be re-prompted for authentication even if they already signed in before. For now, this is supported by Facebook, Google and Twitter only.

For Javascript based logins (e.g. when you enable the Facebook JS SDK), you will need to make sure that the required Javascript is loaded. The following tag loads all scripts for the enabled providers:

{% providers_media_js %}

For easy access to the social accounts for a user use:

{% get_social_accounts user as accounts %}


{{accounts.twitter}} -- a list of connected Twitter accounts
{{accounts.twitter.0}} -- the first Twitter account
{% if accounts %} -- if there is at least one social account

Finally, social authentication providers configured for the current site can be retrieved via:

{% get_providers as socialaccount_providers %}

Which will populate the socialaccount_providers variable in the template context with a list of configured social authentication providers. This supersedes the context processor used in version 0.21 and below.