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Editing the Login Page


Todesengel

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Sorry guys. I just can't give my images away. I had to pay an artist, so it was not free. I really wish I had a better way of doing this rather than a form post.

 

If the password is invalid or something, i can't display it on that page. Hopefully somebody has a better way of modifying the login.aspx page so I can integrate it right in to the login page.

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That's what he used, but that only allows you to display the form. You can't tell TCAdmin to show any errors on the custom login form - it'll redirect you and show you the error in TCAdmin, and my guess is that he wants to get rid of the TCAdmin login page completely.

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That's what he used, but that only allows you to display the form. You can't tell TCAdmin to show any errors on the custom login form - it'll redirect you and show you the error in TCAdmin, and my guess is that he wants to get rid of the TCAdmin login page completely.

 

 

Nailed it. I am now experimenting with some AJAX calls to the login.aspx, but I am stuck with some cross site scripting security I have in place. I will have to move my login page to the same web server hosting the tcadmin pages... but I am not sure if that is possible. I opened a ticket with Luis, so we'll see...

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