Registration and login page

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Hi guys!

I'm new to the forum and to CoffeeCup, so please be gentle! :)

It's my intention to create a registration form for my company's website. I want the form to sign new members up, instantly providing them with a password so they can log in to a separate hub on our website. This will enable us to receive their information and keep track of their interest in our products.

We don't need anything fancy upon log in: just a simple page where we can place documents that only members can access. Is it possible to do this with Coffee Cup's Form Builder and Website Access Manager or are there other programs that I should use?

I've tried to search online and in various forums for clues, but I'm none the wiser. Therefore, I'd appreciate some pointers if I'm looking in the wrong place!

Thanks in advance for your help :)

Adam
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You could use it but it might be better to grab an already available php login script so you can do more things in the future if needed.
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Thank you! I thought this may be the best way to go.
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Easy to use, easy signup, and unless you have a lot of users it's FREE! http://poppydog.com
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don't understand "not supported" on you current html editor and ftp software is there a replacement?
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Are you on a Mac? If so, there isn't any Mac version. For Windows there should not be any such 'not supported' warning.

For Mac users there is the Web Editor. It has not been updated for a couple of years, though.
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