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Thread began 7/08/2013 7:47 pm by dee | Last modified 9/03/2013 10:28 am by dee | 1036 views | 5 replies


I have no 'Logout'

Hi Jason,:)
I have just realised that I have not provided a 'Logout' for my Users. The article above shows How to provide a 'Logout' that hides itself until needed, but he uses it on a WebAssist created page. My nav is DW based and it is a SSI (a plug in). Where the nav List is on another PHP page that I plug in and copy the css across to my 'Starter page'.

He says...
"I am using a menu created with WebAssist's CSS Menu Writer. The menu code is found in the cssmw folder inside of the CSSMenuWriter folder and is called menu.php.
I want to hide the entire Login/Registration menu including the Login and Registration sub-menus.

a. Select the full '<li></li>' for the parent Login/Register as seen in the image below."

Where my 'menu' code looks like....
<div id="navBar">
<?php require_once('ssi/ch-ssi-nav-fmEd--starterPage.php'); ?>

My 'menu list' is just a list, no php on it at all.

I Hope this helps

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