I'm currently in the process of setting up a website through Blue Voda. The website is going to be a business that sells services. So I'm wondering how I would setup a page that gives my customers a login so they can navigate the website in the members area. Another question is how do I keep the password secure. Basically what I mean is if one customer buys the service how do I keep that customer from giving his password out to other people.
Well, you are going to need some experience in PHP, ASP.NET or some other server side programming language. PHP is very simple to learn and there are plenty of resources online such as w3schools.com. You will also need to understand the basics of database software such as MySQL so that you can store the log in details on your server.
Since you are using a WYSIWYG website builder, implementing this is going to be tricky especially since I assume you don't have much knowledge regarding web design.
If this seems to much for you to handle, you may want to hire a professional website designer to get things set up for you.
Basically what I mean is if one customer buys the service how do I keep that customer from giving his password out to other people.
There's lots of member scripts on Hotscripts and places like that, but no mechanism to keep people from reusing/sharing the login that I'm aware of unless it were a single use login for whatever was behind the members area. If they need to be able to log in over and over, I'm not aware of anything you could use to prevent sharing of that info, except maybe IP checking..which won't work for dynamic ISP connections.
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