Frontpage authorization forms

Frontpage authorization forms

Post by QmlsbHkgR » Fri, 09 Dec 2005 07:47:02


I am designing a financial website using Frontpage 2000. However I don't know
how to create a form for a client to log-on and find out about their account
details. I want the rest of the site to be available to others to browse. Is
it better to use a different software altogether. Does this kind of form need
to be linked to a data base?
 
 
 

Frontpage authorization forms

Post by SmltIEJ1eW » Fri, 09 Dec 2005 13:38:03

Yes, it does need to be linked to at least one database -- the one containing
their account details and possible another containing all the usernames and
passwords.

If your financial system is a commercial product, you should browse the
vendor's Web site and see if they have a "client Web access" (or whatever)
feature for sale. Otherwise, you would almost certainly have to custom
program this in something like ASP.NET or ASP.

Jim Buyens
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