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The first thing we need to do is set up the databank. Login utilities can either use a Flatfile DB where all information is saved in a text files (usersdb. php) on the web site, or a MySQL DB. Flatfile is probably the simplest to set up and this is the standard one.
MySQL is more reliable and highly recommendable for experienced MySQL user. We use the text-based data base in this example. To use MySQL instead, please read the help (Toolbox->Login tools->User Database) for details. Essentially, a Flatfile is just a text document on the web site, so it can be generated with any default text editor: 1. Open Notebook or another clear text editing tool and generate an empty document called "usersdb.php".
Please transfer the files to the same directory where you will transfer your (protected) pages. Then you can use the built-in FTP utility or another FTP client to transfer the files to the FTP client. Once the filename has been submitted, you will need to change the privileges of the filename so that the PHP scripts can read it.
You can also use the Files transfer utility in your host's system tray. Failure to do so may require you to consult your web hosting provider and obtain permission to edit the document. Please be aware that you can also use the built-in'Create Database' assistant to do this. There are 2 ways to add users:â With the Login Admin on-line management utility.
Website administrators set up the credentials. â¢ With the registration sheet (Login Registration). Authors can set up their own personal login using the login page. Using the Administration Tool to set up users:1) Set up a new page in your work. 2 ) Drag and dropping the Login Administration item onto the page.
4 ) Specify the administrative key. 5 ) Post the page to the webhost. Go to the administration page on your website and login. Select New Owner to generate a new Owner. Important: If you cannot insert new members, either the data base is not in the right directory or it has the incorrect privileges!
Creation of End users with the Registry tool: allows you to register for a new logon using the Logon property. 1 ) Make a new page in your work. 2 ) Drag and dropping the registry item onto the page. In case this is " Automatic ", the bank will be activated immediately after the filling of the order forms by the client.
When âEmailâ verify is checked, the recipient must enable the accounts via a hyperlink in the validation e-mail before it is enabled. The login page allows the login page to allow the username to log in and either forward the username to the secure page or a page where access is refused (if the passwords are incorrect).
1 ) Make a new page in your work. 2 ) Drag and dropping the login item onto the page. 4 ) Set the target page. Indicates the page to which the logon is redirected. 5 ) Set the fault page. Indicates the page to which the logon fails to redirect the current logon to.
Now that we have set up our siteowners, we can secure pages by just pulling the'Protect Page' item onto the page. 1 ) Drag and dropping the Protect Page item onto the page you want to secure. 2 ) In the property we have to set where the account will be forwarded if the wrong passphrase is used.
Normally, the errors page will display a warning such as "Login unsuccessful, retry" and then provide a shortcut back to the login page. It is also possible to limit the page to certain user with the'AllowUsers' feature. Leaving this option empty means that all registrated user have full control over the page.
The Logout item allows the logout item to be used by the current logout request. The Logout page allows you to specify the page that the logout will take the current time. Caution: Since the login tool uses PHP, you have to change the page extensions to PHP!