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creating a login/passord for website


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I have dreamweaver 2004 and i want to make some of my webpages for registered users only. My problem is im not too sure on how to do this. I know i need a database but im unsure how to do that too. Can anybody please help me.
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You can allways try and look up some free tutorials on google.

Type in 'a website login area', things like that.

Have you got a website control panel?

If so, then you can assign passwords to view pages, so you can give the members the password and they will be able to log in.

Do you actually want to buils dlike a members / forums section where people can log in and post like a big member community type thing?

Like mine on my website here?

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well the tutorials ive found are very broad. I just need it so poeple can login to my website and veiw specials that the general public cannot view.
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What is your website?

And what hosting company are you with?

And do you have a website control panel?
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Try http://javascript.in...gatekeeper.html or http://javascript.in...ers-prompt.html
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