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How to display user image in login page where user is not locked in!

Thread began 2/16/2016 1:42 pm by Kumel | Last modified 2/16/2016 1:51 pm by Ray Borduin | 138 views | 1 replies |


How to display user image in login page where user is not logged in but logged out.

Lets say a user named "john" had logged in & logged out after sometime. As he logs out, he will be taken to login page (different from login.php). Image attached. So at that page his image (john) must be shown & email id as hidden.Then Password field shown so doesn't need to enter email id again to login.
So he just needs to enter password. Thats it.
How can this be achieved?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You could store the image location and user ID in the session and use that to populate the locked page even after the user has logged out. Then apply the login server behavior on this page using the session userID and entered password.

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