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Adding in User Role Definition in Admin Registration form from eCommerce webinar 2

Thread began 4/05/2014 10:26 pm by cldsk | Last modified 4/07/2014 8:28 am by Jason Byrnes | 199 views | 1 replies |


Adding in User Role Definition in Admin Registration form from eCommerce webinar 2

On the eCommerce Webinar 2, Ray creates Admin and User roles as part of a User Groups and creates the table in MySQL with the default value of 1 (user). However, on the Registration Form, he didn't go over how to select the Role of User or Admin when you are creating a new user.

I am assuming it is adding in a drop down box in the form, but can you tell me the code needed for the inputs to signify that a User is in UserGroup 1 or 2?


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the table, the userlevel column default value should be set to 1 so that when a user is registered, they are automaticly set to the regular user group.

in your admin page, you could create a select list to checnge the user level, set the values of the selct list to the levels you will offer

for example:

<select name="userLevels" id="userLevels">
<option value="1">User</option>
<option value="2">Admin</option>
<option value="3">Super Admin</option>

depends on the types of user levels you will be offering though.

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