All things works great Now I want to show an alert or a toastr message to user after he/she is redirected, but I don't know if he/she is just logged in Zing! Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads Then, check that on page load and echo the toastr code and set the var back to false. have a peek here
Can someone help me how to do this> from registry?> > I am waiting for reply, and shall be very thankful.-> > Well, I suppose you could dig into the registry's It does not need to be executable or contain a shebang. share|improve this answer answered Dec 7 '14 at 12:51 doktor5000 1,321214 I don't believe panni wants the "hello krishna" message hard coded for every user, but just for krishna. The 28 papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 91 submissions. http://www.help2go.com/forum/computer-help/88575-how-show-message-user-just-after-he-she-logon.html
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In fact this plugins actually NEVER locks anyone out of anything, it just logs them out. I am waiting for reply, and shall be very thankful. Anyhowthanks.Galen Wrote: > In news:[email protected],> biohazard [email protected] had this to say:> > My reply is at the bottom of your sent message:> -> Can someone help me how to show a The bottom line is that if you have the correct credentials you should never be locked out of your site.
Läser in ... Stäng Läs mer View this message in English Du tittar på YouTube på Svenska. If it's not and you get "login failed" then that is why you get the "Login/Register" link on your page. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/how-to-show-a-message-to-user-just-after-he-she-logon-62083.html They are grouped in sections on cryptanalysis, algorithms and implementations, network security, access control, identity management, trust management, public key cryptography, and security applications.
This would be more user-friendly then logging them in, and the other user (who has used the same credentials) gets a login screen when he/she changes pages. Once the Group Policy Snap-In window opens under "Computer Configuration" hit the + sign next to "Windows Settings" and then select (single click) "Scripts (Startup/Shutdown)" and now look on the right Like: $_SESSION['username']=$myusername; –q0re Dec 18 '13 at 10:38 | show 3 more comments up vote 0 down vote
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