[isf-wifidog] Layout question

Adrián Martínez amartinez at vitessenetworks.com.mx
Mer 21 Mar 19:06:01 EDT 2007

Hi Peter.

I have just done that, may work for you too.

The file "templates/sites/login.tpl" at line 83 aprox:  (Just Comment in!)

<!--     Here you Disable the Sign Up button     
<input class="submit" type="button" tabindex="4" name="form_signup"
onclick="location.href='{$base_ssl_path}signup.php';" />  
<!--    This is the LOGIN HELP Section where FAQ resides
<div id="login_help">
        <h1>{"I'm having difficulties"|_}:</h1>
            <li><a href="{$base_url_path}lost_username.php">{"I Forgot my
            <li><a href="{$base_url_path}lost_password.php">{"I Forgot my
            <li><a href="{$base_url_path}resend_validation.php">{"Re-send
the validation email"|_}</a></li>
            <li><a href="{$base_url_path}faq.php">{"Frequently asked

Hope this helps.

Vitesse Networks
Adrián Martínez
--In a world without boundaries, who needs Gates and Windows--
-----Mensaje original-----
De: wifidog-bounces at listes.ilesansfil.org
[mailto:wifidog-bounces at listes.ilesansfil.org] En nombre de Peter
Enviado el: Miércoles, 21 de Marzo de 2007 04:45 p.m.
Para: wifidog at listes.ilesansfil.org
Asunto: [isf-wifidog] Layout question

Hello again, 

Thanks for your software, it works great so far, 

I have looked through the documentaton and the FAQs, and yet I am none the 
wiser. Is there an easy way to turn off the login_help section of the 
Login Page? And is there a way to turn off the password changeabilty for 
logged in users, as we are authenticating against an Active Directory 
Server, and users should not be able to change passwords?

Many thanks in advance, 


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