Login Page On Schools Educational Online Platform Doesn't Remember The Login Info?
Dec 22, 2009
When a user in somewhere of a site, he/she may want to login to access some user restrict pages. He/she clicks a login link on the menu and sign in on the login page. How to use JQuery to let the user back to the page where he/she clicks the login link?
I want two buttons: one for login and another for logout. Initially login button is enabled and logout button is disabled. When I click on login button, the logout button should get enabled and the login button should get disabled. And after that, when i click on logout, the login button should get enabled and the logout button should get disable.
Here's how far I could go with it,but it doesn't work.
I have a a html page that is used as a login page.I know it is not secure but this is just for learning purposes, I'm not using it for anything important.My problem is that when I put in the correct login all that happens is the page just clears the text boxes as if you were starting over.I am trying to get it to go to register.html which is located in the same directory as the login page.
I'm guessing you know this only too well, but here's a reminder: I wanted to leave a comment about errors in the tutorial on the web site (and I will, in my next post) but the mediawiki Login screen, though titled "Log in / Create account", doesn't appear to allow one to create a (mediawiki) account.
I found this piece of code online and it's awesome for using the method "post".
But there is a litle problem that i'm unable to fix... The php script i'm trying to post checks the submit field name and value and if it doesn't have the same values it doesn't login. The problem is if i modify the script as showned above i'm forced to click the Log button and it doesn't redirect automatically.
I want to know if there is a way to prevent users from manually typing in the URL and entering the page after they have already signed out?
I was able to make the back button disabled.
Let's say if they have already click logout and when they click back, it won't go anywhere, which is what I want.
But, if they manually type in the url address, it will take them to that page. What I want to do is after they logout and whenever they try to type the url, it should not take them to that page, but instead to the login page.
I am just trying to have a login form on a page using div tags. After successful login without refreshing the page, the textboxes on the form should be replaced by Welcome message or displaying username and Logout button.
I am using a Jquery/PHP/MySQL login script which is supposed to display an error or success message when the user enters their username/password and also if the username/pw is successfull go to a secure page. Right now as I have it coded, this isn't working properly. Basically nothing is displayed either way.Also,wasn't sure if I just needed to replace, the ?secure-page part with the file name of the page I want to go to if successful?Here is the code as I have it now.
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd"> <html>[code].....
i have a login area (user/pass text boxes). when the user submits the form, the page is reloaded with with a global php variable "loggedIn" set to true. i also store the username and password in the page in a hidden form -- so that it can be passed to other pages on the site through standard navigation (maintaining the "loggedIn" status). however, is there any way to save this information if the user hits refresh?
as it stands, whenever the user hits refresh, the user/pass data is lost, and loggedIn is set to false. can this be worked around without using cookies?
I have Google Mail login page, saved locally to C: disk. I want to edit its source so, that when entered username and password and clicked on "Login" button it did absolutelly nothing, but the form did not reset. I tried deleting from the source "form action = https"//....", "method = post", "onsubmit = ...".
So, when the form is submitted, nothing happens(as I want it to be), but the field values are reset(what I want to avoid). I also tried inserting to source code "form onsubmit = return false", but the username and password values are still reset.
I want to make a login area and a user registration page. I don't want to build this from scratch, so I'm looking for a script or application that I can insert into my website.I know WP and Joomla have a login area and a user registration page, only I'm looking for a lighter version. A login area like WP or Joomla but without all the other features that I don't need.
I'm loving this: Sliding Login Panel with jQuery 1.3.2 However, I'd like it to work so the 'Close Panel' link actually appears in the #panel itself and doesn't swap/toggle with the 'Login | Register' part.
I'm trying to make a "login bar", which will stay at the top of the page - but when you click it, then it opens up into a nice box. The problem I'm having though, is a weird "blip" when it tries to settle (after clicking it);[URL].. The JS is very simple - so maybe its something with the CSS thats not playing ball?
I would like a pop up box on my website similar to one on espn.com. If you click the Sign In link at the top right a pop up box comes up that allows the user to login. After the user logs in, how would I close that box and then I guess they might refresh the page?