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    PHP login using DW

    Hello,

    I'm anovice and i'm trying to build a login page.
    I'm using dreamweaver cs5.5.
    At the moment i've been able to setup a testing server using xampp and i have been able to link a DB to this particular page.
    However when i try to use the services and bindings the whole area is grayed out.
    Can anyone push me in the right direction?

    many thanks

    Rudi

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    I haven't really checked, but I'm betting there are dozens of ready make login pages that use php, you just need to search for them. As for a testing server, try to set it up exactly like the server the site is going on, if it's a Windows server, then set it up on Windows, it it's a BSD server, install BSD on an older machine, or a hard drive, and add a server to it. Otherwise you duplicate and waste your effort, problems you encounter on one server may not occur on the other.
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    Agreed with DrDos, I have checked and also made many website, so I never faced such problems with DW5.5 or newer version. But still check twice with your xampp is running properly or setup perfectly or not.
    Still if your have query then let us know we are here to help you.


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