WP AAI@EduHr Auth


WP AAI@EduHr Auth plugin provides simple interface which enables you to utilize AAI@EduHr Authentication and Authorisation Infrastructure of science and higher education in Croatia in your WordPress installation. For more information about AAI@EduHr please visit http://www.aaiedu.hr/.



Before you can start using WP AAI@EduHr Auth plugin, you already have to have simpleSAMLphp configured on your server.
Visit official AAI@EduHr site for more information (instructions are in Croatian language).

From your WordPress dashboard

  1. Visit ‘Plugins > Add New’
  2. Search for ‘WP AAI@EduHr Auth’
  3. Activate WP AAI@EduHr Auth from your Plugins page.
  4. Visit ‘Settings > WP AAI@EduHr Auth’ and enter appropriate settings. (You can always edit these later.)

From WordPress.org

  1. Download WP AAI@EduHr Auth.
  2. Upload the ‘wp-aaieduhr-auth’ directory to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory, using your favorite method (ftp, sftp, scp, etc…)
  3. Activate WP AAI@EduHr Auth from your Plugins page.
  4. Visit ‘Settings > WP AAI@EduHr Auth’ and enter appropriate parameters. (You can always edit these later.)


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  • Enable usage of newer versions of SimpleSAMLphp (v2.*)
  • PHP version requirement bumped from v5.6 to v7.4


  • Fix wp_login action call so that it includes user instance


  • Enable functionality to bypass AAI@EduHr authentication, so that a user can authenticate using regular WordPress
    user / login form. This can be used in scenarios when a site maintainer does not have AAI@EduHr identity, but has
    to be able to, for example, get to the site admin dashboard. To show WordPress login form, set the secret in
    plugin settings (make sure that it is long-enough, hard-to-guess and with no chars which have special
    meaning in URLs). Then, add ‘aabs’ query parameter in wp-login route, like:


  • Remove password reset option on user edit


  • Update plugin header comment


  • In multisite environment ensure label ‘Email’ when adding existing users to the site.
  • In multisite environment enable usernames to be emails when adding new users to the site.
  • Disable custom page creation used for showing auth messages and errors.
  • Enable authentication alerts used to show auth messages.


  • Use email from ‘email’ attribute instead of using ‘hrEduPersonUniqueID’


  • Fix Settings link so it’s only rendered for this plugin.


  • Disable local password manipulation when plugin is active.
  • Ensure that manually created account is marked as AAI@EduHr accounts when user logs in for the first time.


  • First version.