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Hey... I Remember You!


In my opinion, one of the most annoying things about some websites is logging in. Today, Mitchell will demonstrate how to create a nifty little feature that will allow your site to "remember" its visitors.

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By: Mitchell Harper
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November 15, 2001
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Hey... I Remember You!
  2. · Storing the users login details
  3. · Adding new users
  4. · Creating the login page
  5. · The CheckLogin routine
  6. · The "remember me" part
  7. · Conclusion

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Hey... I Remember You! - Conclusion
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So there you have it, an easy way to add users and setup your login screen so that users are validated and previous users are remembered. If you have a site that requires your users to login, this can save you a lot of support emails regarding forgotten passwords. Take the code above and change it to suit your needs... you'll be surprised how many visitors will thank you for such a simple addition to your site!
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