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With most websites, the login process consists of filling out an application form, entering the information and then clicking a button to start the login.
The process can be quite time-consuming and frustrating, but that can be mitigated with some good coding practices.
To learn more about security login, read our guide on How to Make Your Website Secure.
This tutorial shows how to set up a secure server loginsession using jQuery.
This will allow you to login with a password you’ve created and use a secure login form, and will not display any login information on your website.
To get started, create a new HTML file and paste the following code into it: The jQuery module contains a number of functions to help you create secure login forms.
You’ll also want to read our jQuery tutorial to learn how to use it.
Once you have the file created, it’s time to implement the form.
First, you’ll want to define the user id field.
To do this, open up the user.html file in your editor and add the following lines: <!– –>
/ > Then, in the form, add the userId field and then click the “Submit” button.
You should see the login form appear and an error message appear on the screen: Authentication error: User ID not defined.
This is expected and should occur in the following situations: You need to set the username for your login user and enter the correct password.