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  1. 1. Web designers : Part IA Healthier Nutrition for Web DevelopmentFor your solution we lunch Web Design Delhi, A leading web site designing organization in Delhi. Thisorganization is full with creativity; it only offers that what the client need.For a good website companies need better ideas and these are always produced by the organizationsweb designer. If you want to have a successful business in web site field, then Web site Delhi is the bestchoice for you. This company in Delhi can aid to your goals. You can find the right Web site design ofDelhi by typing your topic on the major search engines like Google, Yahoo and MSN and look for thewebsite on the top rank and search for the web design companies in Delhi that made them on top andsimply contact the Web Design Delhi in Delhi. This company have the expertise and know how tools inorder for you to be on that position. It will help you to get a better visibility and help you to increaseyour organizations web site on profit and success basis. The expertise’s associated with Web DesigningCompany Delhi have included external and internal expertise.Web Design Delhi provide with key word rich contents that can be useful to users and to the searchengines which can lead to traffic and visibility for your website. So these users will become yourcustomers. Professional Web site organization in Delhi helps your track to maintain the record of yoursuccess, with the help of their years of experience with web designing. You have lot of competitors butwith this web designing in Delhi can provide you the best in all.Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you back a fewthousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and drop simple for merepennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.com for details!Web designers : End of Part IA Little Something Extra For Your Clients
  2. 2. As a writer, editor, web designer, forum maven, etc. [boy, I sound multi-talented!] I try to give my clientsa/k/a customers a little something extra whenever or wherever possible. No, not so that they takeadvantage of my kindness, rather to show that I go the extra mile for them. Hey, it is a competitivemarket out there and I dont want to grow complacent!So, exactly what am I talking about? Blogs. Thats right, I enjoy blogging so much that I have decided toinclude a "blog option" as part of my web package for clients [new and existing] who want one during2006. It doesnt cost me any money for the software, but it will cost me approximately one hours timeto set up each blog.How about you? Are you expanding your offerings or are you standing in place? Is there somethingextra/special which you can offer to your clients at no cost to them?If you are thinking of short term gains then you are missing my point. Invest in your clients and they willreturn the favor to you in the form of loyalty and increased exposure: happy clients tell other clients oftheir good fortune, which is <em>you</em> and what you offer to <i>them</i> -- top notch service!Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you back a fewthousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and drop simple for merepennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.com for details!Web designers : End of Part IIA login system with PHP and MySQLMany interactive websites nowadays require a user to log in into the websites system to provide acustomized experience for the user. Once the user has logged in, the website will be able to provide apresentation that is personalized to the users preferences.A basic login system typically contains 3 components which can be created using PHP and MySQL :
  3. 3. Component 1: Allows registration of preferred login Id and password.This is created in simple HTML form that contains 3 fields and 2 buttons:1. A preferred login id field2. A preferred password field3. A valid email address field4. A Submit button5. A Reset buttonLets say the form is coded into a file named register.html. The following HTML code extract is a typicalexample. When the user has filled in all the fields and clicks on the submit button, the register.php pageis called for.[form name="register" method="post" action="register.php"] [input name="login id" type="text" value="loginid" size="20"/][br] [input name="password" type="text" value="password" size="20"/][br] [input name="email" type="text" value="email" size="50"/][br] [input type="submit" name="submit" value="submit"/] [input type="reset" name="reset" value="reset"/][/form]
  4. 4. The following code extract can also be used as part of register.php to process the registration. The codeconnects to the MySQL database and inserts a line of data into the table used to store the registrationinformation.@mysql_connect("localhost", "mysql_login", "mysql_pwd") or die("Cannot connect to DB!");@mysql_select_db("tbl_login") or die("Cannot select DB!");$sql="INSERT INTO login_tbl (loginid, password and email) VALUES(".$loginid.",".$password.",".$email.")";$r = mysql_query($sql);if(!$r) { $err=mysql_error(); print $err; exit();}The code extract assumes that the MySQL table that is used to store the registration data is namedtbl_login and contains 3 fields - the loginid, password and email fields. The values of the $loginid,$password and $email variables are passed in from the form in register.html using the post method.Component 2: Verification and authentication of the user.In this the HTML form typically contains 2 fields and 2 buttons:1. A login id field2. A password field
  5. 5. 3. A Submit button4. A Reset buttonAssume that such a form is coded into a file named authenticate.html. The following HTML code extractis a typical example. When the user has filled in all the fields, the authenticate.php page is called whenthe user clicks on the Submit button.[form name="authenticate" method="post" action="authenticate.php"] [input name="login id" type="text" value="loginid" size="20"/][br] [input name="password" type="text" value="password" size="20"/][br] [input type="submit" name="submit" value="submit"/] [input type="reset" name="reset" value="reset"/][/form]The following code extract can be used as part of authenticate.php to process the login request. Itconnects to the MySQL database and queries the table used to store the registration information.@mysql_connect("localhost", "mysql_login", "mysql_pwd") or die("Cannot connect to DB!");@mysql_select_db("tbl_login") or die("Cannot select DB!");$sql="SELECT loginid FROM login_tbl WHERE loginid=".$loginid." and password=".$password."";$r = mysql_query($sql);if(!$r) { $err=mysql_error(); print $err; exit();
  6. 6. }if(mysql_affected_rows()==0){ print "no such login in the system. please try again."; exit();}else{ print "successfully logged into system."; //proceed to perform websites functionality - e.g. present information to the user}As in component 1, the code excerpt assumes that the MySQL table that is used to store the registrationdata is named tbl_login and contains 3 fields - the loginid, password and email fields. The values of the$loginid and $password variables are passed in from the form in authenticate.html using the postmethod.Component 3: When the user forgets his logion password this 3rd component sends his password tothe users registered email address.The HTML form typically contains 1 field and 2 buttons: • A login id field • A Submit button • A Reset buttonAssume that such a form is coded into a file named forgot.html. The following HTML code excerpt is atypical example. When the user has filled in all the fields, the forgot.php page is called when the userclicks on the Submit button.
  7. 7. [form name="forgot" method="post" action="forgot.php"] [input name="login id" type="text" value="loginid" size="20"/][br] [input type="submit" name="submit" value="submit"/] [input type="reset" name="reset" value="reset"/][/form]The following code excerpt can be used as part of forgot.php to process the login request. It connects tothe MySQL database and queries the table used to store the registration information.@mysql_connect("localhost", "mysql_login", "mysql_pwd") or die("Cannot connect to DB!");@mysql_select_db("tbl_login") or die("Cannot select DB!");$sql="SELECT password, email FROM login_tbl WHERE loginid=".$loginid."";$r = mysql_query($sql);if(!$r) { $err=mysql_error(); print $err; exit();}if(mysql_affected_rows()==0){ print "no such login in the system. please try again."; exit();}else { $row=mysql_fetch_array($r); $password=$row["password"];
  8. 8. $email=$row["email"]; $subject="your password"; $header="from:you@yourdomain.com"; $content="your password is ".$password; mail($email, $subject, $row, $header); print "An email containing the password has been sent to you";}As in component 1, the code excerpt assumes that the MySQL table that is used to store the registrationdata is named tbl_login and contains 3 fields - the loginid, password and email fields. The value of the$loginid variable is passed from the form in forgot.html using the post method.This is how a basic login system can be created. The software developer can include additional tools likepassword encryption, access to the user profile in case they wish to edit their profile etc.This article has been compiled by the content development team at Pegasus InfoCorp which pullssubject matter specialists from different work domains. They can be contacted through the PegasusInfoCorp website at info@pegasusinfocorp.com. Pegasus InfoCorp is an India based web design, webdevelopment and online/offline software development company. Please visithttp://www.pegasusinfocorp.com to read more articles and know more about us!Other companies and organizations are welcome to reprint this article on their websites provided thefollowing conditions are met. The article is not changed in any manner The article is copied as is in its entirety (including back links to the Pegasus InfoCorpwebsite).
  9. 9.  The company/ organization reprinting the article agrees to defend, indemnify and holdharmless Pegasus InfoCorp, its employees, directors, officers, agents, partners and their successors andassigns from and against any and all liabilities, damages, losses, costs and expenses, including attorneysfees, caused by or arising out of claims based upon the use of the article, including any claim of libel,defamation, violation of rights of privacy or publicity, loss of service by subscribers and infringement ofintellectual property or other rightsHiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you back a fewthousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and drop simple for merepennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.com for details!Web designers : End of Part III

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