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how to create a module to let users sign up the website

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Hi all,

I want to let new user sign up my website by keying in their particulars. And existing users to log in.

Can you advise an example or what url to read? cheers...


Thanks and Best Rgds,
Andrew
Oct 12 '08 #1
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eWish
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Use your favorite search engine and search for "Perl Authentication Login Scripts". Also, check out CPAN. There are several modules that already assist in completing this task.

Then if you still have problems post your code and we will try to help. Getting some good perl books would also be a great help. Perl Cookbook by O'Reilly is a good one to have. Loaded with examples.

--Kevin
Oct 12 '08 #2

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Hi Kevin,

Thanks again. Will try to get it. Cheers...


Best Rgds,
Andrew
Oct 13 '08 #3

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Hi Guys,

Is there any perl scripts(samples) for prompting users to key in their particulars, username and password and interfacing into the database? Any samples or any URL? Thanks in advance.

The website authentication modules given on the previous advise I dont really understand.



Cheers...
Andrew
Oct 14 '08 #4

numberwhun
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Hi Guys,

Is there any perl scripts(samples) for prompting users to key in their particulars, username and password and interfacing into the database? Any samples or any URL? Thanks in advance.

The website authentication modules given on the previous advise I dont really understand.



Cheers...
Andrew
The previous example? You mean from the Perl Cookbook? That is full of Perl scripts. If you don't understand something, why not post it here and ask someone to explain it and help you better understand it, instead of just giving up and looking for another solution.

Regards,

Jeff
Oct 14 '08 #5

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