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Security Assist on a Wordpress site?

Thread began 11/12/2009 6:22 am by C Claypool | Last modified 11/13/2009 4:17 pm by C Claypool | 1139 views | 3 replies

C Claypool

I am afraid I don't understand ... I want to have a "client login" feature on the home page of the new WordPress site. When someone logs in they will be taken to "their" page. Ultimately I don't want the search engines to crawl those pages because they will contain material not released to the public. The log-in could take them to a regular http page if needed. so:
1) is it possible to have the login form be a part of the homepage of a WordPress site
2) upon successful login, should I send them to a specific Wordpress page or to a separate non-wordpress page?
Should I really just have a link to a "customer portal" page where they are presented with the traditional Security Assist login form and not mess with mixing WordPress and Security Assist?

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