In this article we’ve seen how to create a simple members area section for our web site. We’ve seen how to use SQL Server and sessions in combination with a HTML form and some simple SQL queries to accomplish this.
Hopefully you can now use the code that we’ve discussed in this article on your own web site. Maybe you could even add some unique content for members, meaning that they have to pay a subscription fee to access this part of your site. The possibilities of things you can do in a members area of your web site are unlimited!
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