View Full Version : Allowing Users to create accounts.
Ok...i know you can password protect pages and create logins for people...BUT...is there anyway to make it where people can create their own accounts for your website without having to use php and all that crap...if so could someone please tell me how or direct me to somewhere where i could figure out how.
11-08-2002, 05:45 AM
11-08-2002, 06:27 PM
php and all that crap
wadda ya mean crap! PHP roolz! php is great for that type of stuff
you are right it is good stuff it is just i dont like messin with it html is easier to me...thats y i said "crap"
11-09-2002, 09:59 AM
whackaxe i was going to say that exact thing lol
html isnt easier to you, Mars.
its easier to everyone than PHP hehehe :)
and you wont be able to go but so far with just html
maybe i will start messin with php a lil bit then
11-09-2002, 08:18 PM
in my opinion its the best server side language
im just starting to learn php now
i like it better than my original choice, asp (no offense to asp gurus!) :)
11-11-2002, 02:59 AM
No offense taken - actually I think you should learn both - AND ASP.NET.
If you know ASP or PHP, then either one of them will be easy for you.
ASP.NET on the other hand is a different beast - but very fast and powerful! (Not to mention it is sure to pay very well)
11-11-2002, 10:31 AM
what is the differnce from ASP and ASP.NET? i never got what all this .net stuff was :s
11-11-2002, 10:51 AM
Ow, and I just started to learn .asp.
Back to the drawing board I go.
11-12-2002, 12:34 AM
Well, to be honest I haven't really started learning in much (yet), although I have signed up for some classes in "Developing WEB Services in XML", "SQL Server 2000 Database Administration", and "Visual Studio.NET" to get my MCAD certification... for starters you can create an application visually like in VB (it's all Object Oriented), custom classes, etc., and then you run the compiled code on the server (which is much faster). Also you can code ASP.NET in a number of different languages as well... JScript, C#, VB.NET, etc.
That's just the start though, it does all kinds of stuff... but I can't really even give you a good (or accurate) explanation until I start really learning it myself!
Powered by vBulletin® Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2015 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved.