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Thread began 12/15/2010 1:12 pm by tone397472 | Last modified 1/26/2011 4:50 pm by tone397472 | 4152 views | 37 replies

tone397472

Thanks! This is what I get on the log in page:
array(0) { }
Log in

This is the default for the all users. I think you don't understand my question.
I do understand the steps I have to take with the access rules and page manager, but I'm only left with 2 questions:

How do I login as a administrator?

Do I have to store a special usersname and password somewhere in the database?

Do I have to make a radio button with 0 and 1. somewhere like on the registration page (but then other people can register as admin to)?

Do I have to make a special 2th login page system for only the administrator?

I just don't understand that part. I understand that I have to login on the normal login page as a administrator but how am I recognized as such? What do I type in the User name Password fields so that I am recognized as Administrator?

Can you please give me an answer to this question?

And what ever happened with the table you suggested in the beginning

userlevel:
userLevelID - integer, primary key
userLevel - varchar(25).

When do I have to use that?

If there was just a simple tutorial I would understand it in 1 day.

And the 2th question do I use only one time Security Assist and one time Data Assist?


Thanks in advance!

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