Who wants to test out my login system for me?

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http://ycnb2s.zymichost.com/ - click on the Register for Free link in the upper left corner!

After you register, you'll notice a slight alignment issue, but I'm working on that! Then try to login! It should work, tell me what you think!
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I was able to register and login just find. Good work Donald! How did you make the system? Yourself?
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Yes, myself, I have learned PhP somewhat, I'm going to try to figure a way to link back and forth from yola site to non yola site. The non yola site will be for members only where I can use PhP and MySQL and the yola site will be for basic information like my articles. And if you're looking to get started with PhP, prepare for a headache... take pain meds!
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However, I hope you viewed that in FireFox... it's best there. For some reason, Google Chrome fudged the page up entirely and Internet Explorer isn't exactly how it's suppose to be!
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I wonder... can adding a doctype determine how the browser reads it and possibly fixes it in Google Chrome?
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PhP for ya'. Its still a muddle from the browser wars at the beginning. There's a few ways of getting around bad alignment - if that's what your after.
Firstly use plain HTML code to direct snippets of code to page areas. However this is somewhat boring and time wasting.
Another approach is CSS, write some basic CSS to align your text and general modules.
Thirdly - the one that we all dread. Try making a table to see if it works. But this means you would have to code 99% of the whole page.
And Lastly there is framing. Put simple iFrames on your page locating the widgets using your Yola page dividers. But this wouldnt capture any of the .

So Its up to you really.

Regards,
Dill
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ok, I coded the div myself, it was hard, a pain, I had to learn how (took me 2 hours compared to the month most ppl would've taken), and the code worked perfectly in FireFox. I'm not good at coding a CSS, I'm still learning to do that. My menu uses a CSS code and when I look at that it kinda gets confusing. But if you look at my page in FireFox, you'll see where I used the div... the banner is centered across the page, and just beside the banner is my login box which is left aligned. When you register and it pulls up a thank you for registering, it pushes the login box to overlap the menu. I'm trying to get the thank you for registering to the right of the banner, but haven't figured that out yet. When you login, your name will appear in the upper left instead of the login box (this will be on every member's only page and the homepage (if logged in).