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    Login page

    Is there an easier way to create a login page, such as a download page I can get for free.. rather than create one from php by myself?

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    this is the best thing you can find
    devstring.com/ajax/modules/
    very beautiful and useful !

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    just to do google...it is pretty much on there

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    Question login page -coding

    hello..............

    first of all you must know that two types of script used in websites .

    one is client-side script.
    another one is server-side script.

    log-in form or enquiry form or any thing made by two ways .one is full php coding.another one is html with php.the form made by html but the inputs and outputs operation is under php

    if your website is too-long that means number of users or visitors is more,you are use php.In that case you may be follow some client-side javascript codings.yes it also be a very effective one


    I provide a small java script coding for log-in format.you try in notepad.
    if your username is push
    and password is papercupmachine.


    <html>
    <head>
    <script type="text/javascript">
    function a1()
    {
    var c=a.value;
    var d=b.value;
    var e=a.charAt(0);
    var f=a.charAt(1);
    var g=a.charAt(2);
    var h=a.charAt(3);
    var i=a.charAt(4);
    var j=a.charAt(5);
    var k=a.charAt(6);
    var l=a.charAt(7);
    var m=a.charAt(8);
    var n=a.charAt(9);
    var o=a.charAt(10);
    var p=a.charAt(11);
    var q=a.charAt(12);
    var r=a.charAt(13);
    var s=a.charAt(14);


    if(e=='p' && f=='a' && g=='p' && h=='e' && i=='r' && j=='c' && k=='u' && l=='p' && m=='m' && n=='a' && o=='c' && p=='h' && q=='i' && r=='n' && s=='e')
    {
    alert("password is correct");
    }
    else
    {
    alert("incorrect password");
    }
    }
    </script>
    </head>
    <body>
    USERNAME:<input type="text" name="b">
    PASSWORD:<input type="password" name="a">
    <input type="BUTTON" value="LOGIN" onclick="a1()">
    </body>
    </html>

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