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If you want certain (authorised) visitors to your website to be able to log in and view additional resources, then you must enable the Login Form module.  To enable the Login Form module change the '''Enabled''' radio button to '''Yes''' on the Module Edit screen. To learn how to do this see [[Changing the Login Form module settings]].
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[[Image:Login_module.PNG|thumb|Login Module in Module Manager]]If you want certain (authorised) visitors to your website to be able to log in and view additional resources, then you must enable the Login Form module.  To enable the Login Form module either:
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# change the '''Enabled''' status to '''Yes''' (green symbol) on the Module Manager screen; or
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# click the Login Form module name in Moduel Manager screen to display module's details, change '''Enabled''' radio button to ''Yes'' and ''Save'' changes.
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To learn more see [[Changing the Login Form module settings]];
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==See also==
 
==See also==
 
* [[Setting user registration policy]]</noinclude>
 
* [[Setting user registration policy]]</noinclude>

Revision as of 11:53, 9 March 2009

Login Module in Module Manager
If you want certain (authorised) visitors to your website to be able to log in and view additional resources, then you must enable the Login Form module. To enable the Login Form module either:
  1. change the Enabled status to Yes (green symbol) on the Module Manager screen; or
  2. click the Login Form module name in Moduel Manager screen to display module's details, change Enabled radio button to Yes and Save changes.

To learn more see Changing the Login Form module settings;


See also