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humphrey88

Hey I need a Log in System for my site, What I want to do is where they have there own profiles for members only to view. Then Have it where they see pages which Non members don't see.. Also I want it where I can Only add Usernames or Passwords. Basicly its going to be like thisGuest Page:No Log is neededAny one can SeeMembers Page:Log in Needed to see, May only log in from Admin adding there name, Can Delete there name if they quit member ship, or change there password to banned them. Also The Members pages cannot be viewed Even if U type in the link to the a Members sectionI want the Log in Spot to be on the main Home page and all the Guest Pages.. So it can't be a log in system that needs its own siteWhich one do u perfer to use?? Theres so many but what one does all this???Ty For the helpAlso I need to know How to make a Guest book on a webpage, Im new to PHP and don't know nothing about it lol, I never found a good place to learn it .


yordan

How many users will you have ? Is a manual system acceptable (you create a user and you give a password) ?Have a look at the Apache server documentation, topics concerning user access to folders.You can put a security file in a folder on your site, the file sytax saying that people have to give a username and a password to access this folder. The next step will be understanding how to manage security files on a website, and how to create a password file.RegardsYordan


souradipm

Hey,
Try this login system -
http://forums.xisto.com/no_longer_exists/

It has a members area, admin panel, member profile,etc.

~souradipm


Pharoah

I am sure there are many CMS that do that, I know when I was on MSN groups <groan> many years ago they allowed it. That is the main point of any members login, is it not?


XIII

Hey I need a Log in System for my site, What I want to do is where they have there own profiles for members only to view. Then Have it where they see pages which Non members don't see.. Also I want it where I can Only add Usernames or Passwords. Basicly its going to be like this

 

Guest Page:

 

No Log is needed

Any one can See

 

Members Page:

Log in Needed to see, May only log in from Admin adding there name, Can Delete there name if they quit member ship, or change there password to banned them. Also The Members pages cannot be viewed Even if U type in the link to the a Members section

 

I want the Log in Spot to be on the main Home page and all the Guest Pages.. So it can't be a log in system that needs its own site

 

Which one do u perfer to use?? Theres so many but what one does all this???

 

Ty For the help

Also I need to know How to make a Guest book on a webpage, Im new to PHP and don't know nothing about it lol, I never found a good place to learn it .

 


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Pharoah

That's a problem you always get with forums. Many times your better looking on a blog because all the answers are condensed and people expect to search for them. I visit forums because i like the side conversations that start as a result of an un-related topic



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