[Solved]-Turn off user social registration in django-allauth?


Looks like you need to override is_open_for_signup on your adapter.

See the code.



There is no pre-configured setting but it’s easy to make one (this is what I do).

# settings.py

# Point to custom account adapter.
ACCOUNT_ADAPTER = 'myproject.myapp.adapter.CustomAccountAdapter'

# A custom variable we created to tell the CustomAccountAdapter whether to
# allow signups.
# myapp/adapter.py

from django.conf import settings

from allauth.account.adapter import DefaultAccountAdapter

class CustomAccountAdapter(DefaultAccountAdapter):

    def is_open_for_signup(self, request):
        Whether to allow sign ups.
        allow_signups = super(
            CustomAccountAdapter, self).is_open_for_signup(request)
        # Override with setting, otherwise default to super.
        return getattr(settings, 'ACCOUNT_ALLOW_SIGNUPS', allow_signups)

This is flexible, especially if you have multiple environments (e.g. staging) and want to allow user registration in staging before setting it live in production.



More information at http://django-allauth.readthedocs.io/en/latest/advanced.html#custom-redirects.

You need to subclass allauth.account.adapter.DefaultAccountAdapter to override is_open_for_signup, and then set ACCOUNT_ADAPTER to your class in settings.py


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