On this tutorial i’ll show you how to make a simple login portal using PHP for a client area of your website.
First of all you need to make a basic HTML form with a field for the username and a field for the password, these must be named ‘user’ and ‘pass’ respectively. Have this form point to your password protected page and paste the code below above the starting
<html> tag of the page.
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The traditional design agency, big office, large overheads, a team of directors, designers and account managers, is soon to become a thing of the past.
More and more designers are finding themselves able to join the “freelance table”, and feed on a bountiful resource of businesses large and small that are beginning to realise that large portions of their project budget is being wasted on paying for large overheads.
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These days everybody and their cat is a web designer, a friend of a friend who “knows computers” can put a website together for you… badly.
The underlying issue behind this I believe in many ways is a problem that I see on a regular basis working with new clients; which is the limited knowledge they have on what constitutes a good website. The majority believe that if the website looks pretty, then its a good website! This as many good web designers will tell you, is not the whole truth.
This article is intended to help people that are looking to commission a web design project to identify what constitutes a good website, to ask the right questions and to analyse the work of their chosen array of designers to establish which designer can produce the best website possible for the budget.
Continue reading Choosing The Right Web Designer
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