WebYep

I haven’t tried WebYep yet but I wanted to know if there’s an
alternate method to logging in instead of clicking on the small
“lock” icon as shown in the demo. A potential client likes the
simplicity but she does not want to see an icon on every page.

Thanks,

Todd


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There is the possibility to hide the log-in icon in the WebYeb action, so you can’t see it anymore on the website, but you can’t hide it in the source code.

Another way is to make a “log-in page” in Freeway and then your client can log in via this “hidden” page.


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You can make the icon invesible. This is one option, and max tutorial shows you how. I have decided to make a special “login” page, where the client can login. This page is only visible for the client, no other page links to this login-page. On this page I have also placed a small tutorial for the editor how to use web yep and a link to some resources, just in case he need some help (and can not reach me, which happened this year, because I went to a hospital for a surgery). It works very well. Sorry I can not link to this login page for reasons you will understand, but it is very simple to solve.


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Thanks guys. Simple and effective, problem solved.

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Did you really publisch the log-in and password on that page :-))

Op 11-dec-2007, om 23:33 heeft iwo het volgende geschreven:

Sorry I can not link to this login page for reasons you will
understand,


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