Membership login system for your site

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Membership login system for all yola users :) http://www.sentrylogin.com/sentry/ind...
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yolafan

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Donald

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How would this be possible though? They'd have to work with Yola and then Yola would have to make it happen for each individual person right?

Do you have a website which allows membership logins so I can look at it?
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yolafan

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Just HTML code and Update
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Emmy

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Hello yolafan,

I am not familiar with this program, if you have it implemented on your site maybe you can tell us more about it.

Emmy
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Donald

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yea, I don't see how an HTML code on one page can update every page
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Donald

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I also don't see how pages can be created automatically because yola is a manual creating website creator. Everything's done manually, how can a code turn things automatic?
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Donald

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It doesn't look like that website was created with yola? Let me know if it was. If' it wasn't created with yola, then we really can't determine any proofs of whether or not the resource you provided above will work with yola. And that's the sign in form but there's no create an account option.
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yolafan

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the site its created with yola one of a premium tamplates .......SIGN UP is for new acc
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Donald

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When I try to login after I create an account it says page cannot be found
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Donald

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I don't exactly get how this works. I'm new to the login systems since I've been with yola for my whole time working with web design.

What I'd like to do with my online encyclopedia is to have people create a login before they are given access to editing the pages. Right now anyone can edit my pages (they submit the information to me and then I update the pages) but I'd like this to be a members only option (with a login unique to each user NOT password protected pages like yola currently offers). I'd also like when someone submits their updates and page edits the username and/or email used to sign in shows up so I can identify who edited the page in case theres any issues or concerns.
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yolafan

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I just tested Donald when im finish i tell you......... meyby its work....... i must modify some codes
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Donald

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ok
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nick

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So??? Where am I uploading these php keys in order to password protect or member protect as you may want to call it? This just allows for members to join but not protect pages I'm sure.

Let me know if someone understands this. I went through set up of this system and im at the key password protect.php files. they want me to upload them to server then place in any folder pages i want protected are in.
Not possible I believe. Unless this option is available in Pro.
Please let me know
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Sanja, Official Rep

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It is not possible for you to add php files to your site. I'm sorry I don't have better news for you in this matter.

We do have a password protection feature with Yola that you may be interested in using.

Yola allows you to create a private website, or make part of your site private, by password protecting certain pages on your site.

What this feature allows you to do:

1. Assign a single login ID (username) and password to your site.
2. Choose whether you want to lock (password protect) all the pages on your site.
3. You can then share the login ID and password with people you want to give access to the protected pages.
4. When they access your protected pages they will be asked to type in the login ID and password before viewing these pages.

What this feature does not do:

1. Allow people to register for a username and password on your site. This is a registration feature which we hope to release in future.

How to use the Password Protection feature:

1. Click on the Site Manager tab.
2. Click on "Site Password Protection" underneath the list of pages of your site.
3. Add a login name and password and tick the pages you would like to protect.
4. You can easily protect all your pages by clicking on "Lock All" or take off the password protection by clicking on "Unlock All"
5. When you create a new page, you will see a check box that gives you an option to protect (lock) the new page.
6. Preview your protected page to see what the login form will look like and to test your log in and password.
7. To make the change effective on your live site, click on the yellow 'Update my Site' button.
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Donald

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yea, but yolafan apparently worked it out somehow... yolafan's member login system is working with the yola created site.
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nick

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he got the free version working which doesn't rquire you to upload php files. I don't want that. Check out my site donald. scroll thorugh topics to find it and how I did it.
mind you some of the work as in adding users is manual labor. it takes only 2 minutes add memebers once they register.
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Donald

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yea, I am still confused as to how an outside service can create login systems for your website. They'd have to have access to Yola and be able to create pages for your yola site. So I'm not the best person to help on this topic, I want to be able to create member logins (NOT password protected pages) whereas I can make it so ONLY members can edit pages on my site (although with yola I'd have to manually put the edits into each page).
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nick

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Donald soon you will have what you eare looking for just wait....
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Donald

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well... that's cool.
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Nathan, Champion

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You can just use Auth Pro, I am using it on my website right now, and it allows you to have the "Welcome, {user_name}" and stuff. And its all free! www.Authpro.com You can visit AuthPro.com and click "Demo". Also, the Deluxe account (Which is much better than free!) is only $4.50/mo!
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We need your input in order to better understand the requirements of our customers requesting membership services for their websites.

We need you to tell us more about your business and how you hope to use membership services with your website. Your input will enable us to deliver the best solution to accommodate the needs of our customers.

You can get started on the survey now!

We look forward to better understanding your needs.