View Full Version : Challenging Customizing Question . . .

09-28-2002, 06:39 AM
I'm wanting to know if it is possible to customize the login for the following site:

I'm wanting to know if it can be set up where I use a frameed page with my site hosting the upper frame, and thier 'main' page only showing in the bottom frame.

I can already use their form code on my page to allow people to login, but after you enter the user name & password, the next page is their framset page, and not just their main page.

This isn't what I wanted.

Anyway to customize this?

09-28-2002, 11:54 AM
Don't know what you're gonna do with the https page, but better first solve this:

"Unable to establish a secure connection to ''. There is a problem with the security certficate from that site (The identity certificate issuer is unknown.)"

09-28-2002, 12:23 PM
my guess is that you need to talk to whoever "they" are.

09-28-2002, 06:51 PM
I've looked at the code and I don't see any frame breakers. But then again I only know about javascripts that make pages load under their own framset pages.

But, once I'm logged I can rightclick on one of the links on the left side and have that page open up into a new window, even with it being a secured page (https)

This site is for my atm machine customers to be able to log in and get reports. I thought it would be way cook to customize their experience so I could get me company name in there somewhere.

They operate kind of haphazzardly, so I doubt they're going to update their certificate. Half of the time when I have a question for them about atm processing, they don't know the answer. I think maybe some of them drink on the job, or smoke them wacky cigarettes. Or, they might just not care.

If I can't do this, I'll just make my own frame page with all their stuff in the lower frame.