[Pro] Member Login Box

Hey Again,

Anyone may know how to create a member login box with password?

I would like to clients who would like to use the site to do a sign up and have a password sent to them and then use the member login to access the site.

Any ideas,

thanks again


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Have a look at http://www.hotscripts.com/category/php/scripts-programs/user-authentication/

There are other similar sites out there but you should be able to find something here that will meet your needs whether free or cheap.

Implementation on your site can vary in complexity but have a look at the examples/demos and see if there is one that will suit.

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Tank You David for the info.


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Here’s another one that I have used in the past - well worth the $39 + the developer support is awesome if you get stuck

http://www.vibralogix.com/sitelokpw/

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Hey Marcel,

Thanks for the link. I took the time looking at the product (http://www.vibralogix.com/sitelokpw/) and my question is: have you purchase this product? I also notice it works well with HTML & PHP Pages, but all my design in freeway pro is done with CSS turned on?

Thanks Again,

Louis


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Yes I have purchased Sitelok. FW is still producing html pages even if the CSS button is on. There is a lot of info in the Siteklok manual - download and review it from their website before you commit to buying.


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FW is still producing html pages even if the CSS button is on.

Correct. CSS is just a particular kind of formatting instructions
that help control how the HTML content looks. Without content there’s
nothing for CSS to control!

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Thanks Guys for the info. Helveticus, I just gotten a reply from sales and here is the reply:

(Hi Louis,

Thanks for the enquiry.

I must admit I don’t know much about Freeway Pro (I currently use
RapidWeaver on my Mac) but I do have some clients using it. Once
installed on your server to protect pages you need to do the following.

  1. Change the page extension of the pages that are to be secured
    to .php. This won’t have any effect on layout etc and CSS will
    continue to work as normal.

  2. Add the following (or similar) lines to the very top of the page.
    This has to be before the in the page.

<?php $groupswithaccess="CLIENT"; require_once("../slpw/sitelokpw.php"); ?>

For a basic installation that is about it really. Your layout and CSS
should be fine. Let me know if you have any questions. If you would
like to try out Sitelok then I can email it over if you wish.

Thanks
Adrian Jones
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My question you as a Freeway User, by changing the page extension wouldn’t that mess up my links when I make changes to my local drive in freeway then publish the updates to the server?

And, the third party shopping cart I will be using (http://www.e-junkie.com) is the login I am trying to perform. e-junkie.com does not have a login commend to place on my page before a buyer decides to add to cart - so that is why I am looking at Sitelok.

Do I change the pages within Freeway? And since freeway does not show the HTML code how do I go about placing the

“<?php
$groupswithaccess=“CLIENT”;
require_once(”…/slpw/sitelokpw.php");
?> )"

inside of freeway as Adrian Jones mention?

Thank YOU!!!

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Sometime around 16/6/09 (at 14:03 -0400) Louis said:

My question you as a Freeway User, by changing the page extension
wouldn’t that mess up my links when I make changes to my local drive
in freeway then publish the updates to the server?

You should ONLY change the file name suffix from within Freeway.
NEVER do this by going into the Site folder in the Finder and
altering the published files directly.

Freeway will manage all links for you automatically; any changes to
the file name will automatically be handled, wherever links to it
might be within your entire Freeway site document.

The process described is very easy to do in Freeway.

Step 1: use the Inspector palette to change the file name extension.

Step 2: Choose Page > HTML Markup, then pick "Before " from the
popup menu in the HTML Markup window.

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Step 1: use the Inspector palette to change the file name extension.

Step 2: Choose Page > HTML Markup, then pick "Before " from
the popup menu in the HTML Markup window.

Forgot step 3: Paste.

:slight_smile:

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A website being built using Softpress Freeway Pro on Mac OS X reguires a password protected page or maybe two pages. Freeway has a Plugin ‘Action’ that accommodates this which needs PHP code to be hooked-up. The same ‘Action’ Plugin can be seen in use in this example… http://www.freewayactions.com/test/password/

As I am not a PHP coder, I need an example page(s) PHP protected with this ‘PageProtect’ Plugin Action, which can be freely downloaded from the ActionsForge website…

http://www.actionsforge.com/actions/view/255-php-pageprotect

Place the file at:
Mac HD/~home/Applications/Remote Resources/Freeway 4/5

I need it emailed to me by end of January 2013.


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Ooops! Neglected to mention that I am willing to pay for this at the coder’s usual rate.

Thanks,
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No need to go to those lengths

Create a sub folder in your FW site and in it create your ‘protected’ page.

Upload to your server - better doing it without sensitive content initially.

Now in your Hosting CPanel (or similar) look for a feature called Password Protect Directories

In there you have the option to create a user/password combo to protect a folder. So select the folder you want to protect and apply the settings.

Most ‘good’ hosting companies have this feature so unless you are on a freebie or cheapo you should be GTG

David


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