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One of the better 3rd party sites that offers member login is http://www.authpro.com. Once you create an account with them they will give you html code to add to your website. Here is thread to help add html to your website.
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resHello! I want to create a restricted page ( page that users will be able to access only with username and password). Is it tricted page.
Hello! I want to create a restricted page ( page that users will be able to access only with username and password). Is it possible, and if it is how can I do it? Thanks in advance!
How do I add a members-only access area or page to my website? (Login).
Just wondering how I can go about adding members-only
content to my site.
how can I make it so that my client's have to enter a login and password to accsess certain pages?.
I would like only some of my elligable client's to be able to access certain pages. how can we assign them a login(e-mail) and password?
The Page Password method does not work for navigation within a group of member-content pages.
PASSWORD PAGE method does not work.
Unlike dozens of other users in this community, I know the page-password instructions and follow them. They don't work in the following. My index page "A" is public and not PW protected. On A, I have a "Member Content" button that links to page B, which is PW protected and that works fine. I have page links on B, and C and D etc, that allow navigation among B and C and D etc without a PW. At lease in theory. It doesn't work. No matter HOW is set up C and D etc, a member is challenged for a PW on every page move, Each of C and D etc are set to have no PW and I've set each to apply only to that page. Yes, I DO know the process and I have tried every combination but it doesn't work. I want my members to sign in ONCE to Member Content (B) and then be able to navigate all the other pages (other than index). Try this and you will see. I think it's a bug, or an unpublished method. Please help if you have succeeded in constructing even a three-page site that makes this work. Thanks
Need help with membership/subscription for website.
I want to create a membership or subscription service for my website. Basically people will need to "login" to receive full content. The only reason for membership is identification services. I want someone to be able to select something that they want by clicking a "get now!" button (I need to know who clicks it so they can receive the email, there is no purchase or anything required). Does anyone know an easy, more importantly AFFORDABLE way to do this? Thanks!
can I assign individuals different passwords for the same page.
I want to password protect a portion of my website but give different users a different password for the same portion of the site. is this possible?
Register and Sign up (Become a member).
I'd like to know if there is anything that exist that would allow someone to sign up and create an account on my website. It is not a storefront. But I would like to create user accounts, and password protect some of the information on the site
I wanted to show unique content which is relevant to a unique member, for example a copy of their scores to a test. Is it possible to use a membership login for this? Is this even possible? Thanks if anyone knows anything that might help. Steve
Can I set up registration on my website?.
I'd like to have a section of my website for people who have registered. In this way, I can capture email address and names, and offer some content that is exclusive to people who "join the club" Thanks for any help!
Website access restricted by sign up form.
I want to have a sign up form on my home page, but have all other pages locked to where the user can't get past the home page until they have sign up for my newsletter. I know how to create the form, but how do I accomplish this?
How do I add log in credential so my published website can only be accessed with a username and password?.
I want certain pages of my published website to only be accessible to clients who have registered with me to get a username and password. How do I add this element to my website?
Is authpro.com a legitimate and compatible third party website for creating protected pages in Homestead?.
Want to put login credentials on my website. Is authpro.com the way to go? Can I accomplish within Homestead without using third party software?
How do I add a "log in and my account" to my website for customers.
Password Protected Pages Lose Navigation Menu.
I am trying to password protect some pages on my site and when I do the two navigation menus my page is using disappear. If I try to make a new navigation menu specific to the password protected page, it doesn't work either.
Is there a fix for this? I really need to password protect some of these pages and keep the navigation menus!
How to add a link to a secure login for employees to access company information?.
I would like to add somewhere on my page a login feature for my employees to be able to login to access important company information that is posted outside of our website for there view only. Do you know of any company's or does your company has this feature?
Are there plug-ins for Homestead in order to provide my site "members" each their own password?.
I'm looking to provide exclusivity to "inner circle members". Are passwords available, more so than password protecting a page and providing a large group of people the same password?
Is there an add-on for a client login?.
I want my customers to easily login on my website to a personal portal where I and they can access files that each of us upload. AND I AM NOT LOOKING FOR AuthPro! I need more than that.
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