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    Workaround from Beardo:

    To restore the old authorization page look:

    .WaGadgetAuthorizationRequired .openAuthFormContainer {
    border-right: none;
    max-width: 0px;
    padding-right: 40px;
    display: none;

    .WaGadgetAuthorizationRequired .authFormContainer {
    padding-left: 0;

    To remove the login buttons from the member directory personal profiles (at the bottom):

    #socialLoginContainer, #idSocialLoginContainer {
    display: none;

    Just copy/paste the above and update your “user.css” file.

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    My Name commented  · 

    So I realize this question is heckin' old, but there is a way to do this server-side instead of a CSS hack.
    - In your web settings, enable "Theme overrides"
    - Download the ZIP file that they then provide, which contains all the files for your active template, and unzip it somewhere on your computer
    - Edit your local copy of the OAuthForm control, located for example in \Controls\OAuthForm\ControlTemplate.tpl
    - It's basically a text file, and you can just wipe out the contents and save it as a blank file
    - In Wild Apricot admin, go to Settings > Files, for example
    - Under the folder "Theme_Overrides" you'll see a folder with your theme name, that has the same folder structure as your downloaded ZIP, but there are no actual files there, and that's OK, these are just your overrides and you don't have any yet
    - There, navigate to the same folder for the file you edited, for example \Theme_Overrides\whiteboard_maya_blue.v3.0\Controls\OAuthForm\
    - Now upload the ControlTemplate.tpl file you edited to that location
    - Done! Reload your website page in a browser and you'll see your blank override file has taken effect.
    - Note you may still need the aforementioned CSS tweak to get the padding right for the remaining login form, which is entered on the CSS page in your website admin:

    .WaGadgetAuthorizationRequired .authFormContainer
    { padding-left: 0; }

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