When your application needs to provide different types of users, e.g. customers and sellers who have their authentication portals, then the package will support you. You can use a configuration file to configure Orchid to work with a specific type.
To do this, change the value of
guard in the file
'guard' => 'sellers',
sellers must already be available in Laravel’s authentication guards list.
User authorization issues are outside the scope of the package. Because the needs can be completely different, from using email or the user’s phone. Using one-time passwords and sending them by email, etc.
You can write your authorization controllers following the Laravel documentation, but before you do that, it’s highly advisable to disable the orchid login page. To do this, go to the
config/platform.php configuration file and set the value for
'auth' => false,
This will completely remove the availability of the built-in authorization routes and you can write your own.
Note. By default, the package has only the simplest login form with only email and password fields. If you need features like recovery, registration, and 2FA with a one-time password algorithm based on time, consider using the Fortify theme, which relies entirely on Laravel Fortify.