[isf-wifidog] Customising portal
mina at naguib.ca
Sam 1 Avr 11:27:51 EST 2006
If you don't need most of the code from WiFiDog and just want an end-
end-end-end-user-friendly web editing system, I wholeheartedly
recommend Macromedia Contribute.
It's not WiFiDog, not open source, and not free; but that shouldn't
exclude it from being the right solution if it fits your needs.
Just my $0.02 CAD
On 1-Apr-06, at 10:12 AM, Maya Wiseman wrote:
> I'm writing a program that enables authenticated users to post text
> content on a location portal.
> It's for a school project and I need to document a plausible
> installation procedure on an actual platform.
> So I'm faking an understanding of wifidog.
> The plugin consists of a couple of html, xml, xslt, and php files.
> It has to restrict use to locally authenticated users and grab
> their IDs when they post.
> If it runs externally and gets called from an iframe or a "URL to
> show instead of the portal", can it conceivably talk to wifidog
> about users and their login status?
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