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Best looking login screen?

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    why?
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    ack! you fed him.
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    that spanglish version of the Cocunut CMS looks very nice
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    There must be some more nice logins about the place... keep hunting people!
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    image
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    image

    ;-)
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    Found at DesignDemo: AJAX Login Systems and AJAX Signup Pages.

    "odeo's Log in widget" looks like a good idea.
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    ok, that does it. I have to finally ask. What file do I need to edit to get a nice login screen?
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    edited August 2006
    Guessing the people.php one? Not sure so don't take my word for it! I'm going to snazz mine up as well.

    edit: er people.css in the styles folder that is. :)

    maybe. nice thread anyhow, love to see these logins. myspace is the WORST. sure it's free but I get pummeled with ads, oh well, a tradeoff heh.
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    thanks laserfloyd - yes, people.css was my best guess as well re the file to edit. I love tweaking, so much fun lies ahead. :) I haven't seen myspace's login - i just don't get it, ie why so many love myspace. To me it looks like a monstrosity...a dog's dinner....anarchy...maybe that is why the young uns like it!
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    Well, it's addictive, though not as much as WoW was ;)

    Don't wanna go off topic though. The people.css file is a good place to start now that I looked at it. I'm a novice extreme though so that's about as far as I'm gonna go with advice :P
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    I'll be fine messing the with css, but how do I add info (text) to the login page? I'm not too good with php... I just want to add a div that has a little information for parents and students that visit... Can I do that right in the php?
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    You'd need to do that in the theme files (but copy the file in question into the /vanilla/ folder before you edit it)
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    Which files would I edit? The people ones? And can I just add divs in and change it that way?
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    Whichever files you needed to. For login pages they'll be people ones under the /themes/ directory yes. And yeah you can do what you like aslong as you leave the necessary php intact.
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    edited September 2006
    Or perhaps:
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    OK, does anyone know how to get the same type of login pop-up box as odeo? Is that javascript or some such? Viewed the source and can not figure out how they achieved this login box.
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    This brought back a flood of memories: http://pages.prodigy.net/rdbrownmsb/ (there is no un/pw necessary... just click the ENTER)
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