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Seminar 11. Communicating with the End-User > Overview of Login Functionality

Overview of Login Functionality

The trick to effective communication is making the communication as personal as possible to the end-user. What better way to do this than to capture the end-user’s name and then use that name combined with the various messages throughout the site.

Two types of login functionality can be created for a Web site—a local login and a global login. When you create a local login, you do not have to worry about any of the back-end connectivity that you need to keep track of end-user information. The login exists for the duration of the end-user involvement with the site, and it expires when the visitor leaves the site to go to another URL or closes or quits out of his browser application. This type of login is a temporary login and helps provide a friendly and dynamic way to communicate with everyone who accesses the site.


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