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An important but little-understood concept in dynamic web development is that of role-based logins, which allow different types of users to access different parts of the site. In this course Adobe Certified Expert Candyce Mairs shows how to use Dreamweaver's features to create role-based logins, restrict page access, build an administrator area, and test everything to make sure it works. Plus, see how to set up a development environment and work with a database from within Dreamweaver. Along the way, build your skills in areas like working with PHP, adding form validation, using server behaviors, and much more.
If you do not wish to add the Password Spry Validation field on your own. I do have a completed version of this page out in the Chapter 6 completed files and you can pop it into here. Within your Chapter 6 complete files. Its known as logins by completed. And if you open that up. Here is our Login Spy completed file. So I've added an email.
I've created the password field. This is limited to 50 characters and all the messages are correct. The Password field, I've also modified the messages, and set this to contain up to 15 characters. And I changed the name on our Submit button. In the value area, to say, Log In instead of Submit. So, feel free to go out to the Chapter 6 complete file and pull this one in.
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