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#1 muveszno

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Posted 14 July 2003 - 04:27 AM

Hi
I started a online community site and I use different script programs. The only problem is the users has to sign separately. I would like to ask someone if he/she could help me link the user pages together

here is what I\'m looking for

What I had in mind is
Have a sign up and a login page
linking all the script\'s user pages together
when someone sign up, only have to do that once. With that creates the same
user name and password to Oekaki, Image Vote and the PhpBB board at the same time.
And when they login, they only login once and that logs them in everywhere.
So the user don\'t have to login at Oekaki, Image Vote and the board
separately. Do you know what I mean? Sorry but my English isn\'t 100% :)

as far as for making changes at the user pages, they can do it. Just the main
thing is to sign up once and when they login they are logged into all the
activities at the same time.

I\'d willing to pay for your time. I can\'t efford to pay a whole lot. If you interested please get in touch with me at muveszno@yahoo.com

Thanks :lol:

#2 2oMst

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Posted 20 July 2003 - 07:15 PM

if you did the entire community site i don\'t see why you have trouble linking everything, it should be the easy part.
Try posting the url of your website so we can see how it all works out and figure out a solution.

For exemple, for phpBB, you should just add:
mysql_query(\"INSERT INTO phpbb_users VALUES (\'\',\'\',\'\'.....)\");

During your main registration system. Try this one out for phpBB. The others i don\'t know the scripts so can\'t help you out[/i]
The technology is here guys ! use it and make us readers, life more simple.
[br][php] your php scripts !!! (even if just 1 line)
[br][code=auto:0] is not for php, php = [php]
[br]ENTER key is to go to the line or skip a line. Like when you\'re trying to make a point or talking about something else.
[br]Thank you ;)

#3 2oMst

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Posted 20 July 2003 - 07:19 PM

You can also try registering a new user in your different programs and see what information it enters.
All you\'ll have to do is reenter these information on your main signup form.

Synchronizing being auth on those applications should be the hard part. I never looked how it worked on phpbb for exemple but you can probably find the source of the authing and had it to your main one.
The technology is here guys ! use it and make us readers, life more simple.
[br][php] your php scripts !!! (even if just 1 line)
[br][code=auto:0] is not for php, php = [php]
[br]ENTER key is to go to the line or skip a line. Like when you\'re trying to make a point or talking about something else.
[br]Thank you ;)




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