How To Create Login Page In Salesforce Lightning

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Welcome to my article on how to create a login page in Salesforce Lightning! As someone who has worked extensively with Salesforce, I understand the importance of having a user-friendly and secure login page. In this article, I will guide you through the step-by-step process of creating a login page in Salesforce Lightning and share some personal insights along the way.

Step 1: Setting Up the Login Page

The first step is to navigate to the Salesforce Lightning Setup menu. From there, go to “Customize” and select “Community Builder.” This will allow you to create a community page, which will serve as your login page. Click on “New Community” to begin the setup process.

Next, you will need to choose a template for your login page. Salesforce provides a variety of templates to choose from, each with its own unique design and layout. Select the template that best aligns with your branding and click on “Next.”

Now it’s time to customize your login page. You can add your company logo, choose a color scheme, and add any additional components or features that you want to include. Take this opportunity to think about the user experience and make the login page visually appealing.

Step 2: Configuring Login Options

Once you have customized the appearance of your login page, it’s time to configure the login options. Salesforce Lightning offers several authentication methods, including username and password, social login, and single sign-on. Choose the authentication method that best suits your needs and configure the necessary settings.

If you choose to enable social login, users will have the option to log in using their existing social media accounts such as Facebook or Google. This can streamline the login process for your users and provide a more seamless experience.

Step 3: Enabling Two-Factor Authentication

Security is a top priority when it comes to login pages, and Salesforce Lightning allows you to enable two-factor authentication for an added layer of protection. By enabling two-factor authentication, users will be required to provide a second form of verification, such as a code sent to their mobile device, in addition to their username and password.

To enable two-factor authentication, go to the Salesforce Lightning Setup menu and navigate to “Security Controls” and select “Two-Factor Authentication Settings.” From there, you can enable and configure the settings for two-factor authentication.

Step 4: Testing and Deployment

Before deploying your login page, it’s essential to thoroughly test it to ensure that everything is functioning correctly. Test the different authentication methods, verify that the appearance is consistent across different devices and browsers, and check for any potential security vulnerabilities.

Once you are confident in the functionality and appearance of your login page, it’s time to deploy it. Salesforce Lightning makes it easy to deploy your login page to your desired audience. You can choose to make it accessible to all users, specific user profiles, or restrict access based on other criteria.


Creating a login page in Salesforce Lightning is a straightforward process that requires careful consideration of both design and security. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can create a user-friendly and secure login page that aligns with your branding and provides a seamless user experience.

If you want to dive deeper into the specifics of creating a login page in Salesforce Lightning, I encourage you to check out the official Salesforce documentation for more detailed instructions and insights.