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I am creating a website for my business and I need to have the ability to have users login in and have access to certain items on my site.  Is this possible with iweb?
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Unfortunately not.  This needs to be done in one of the various programming languages, which is not supported in iWeb.

However, with that being said, this is rather easy to do and would be easy to do depending on what types of things you would like to do with it.
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Thanks... what would be the easy way?  I need to create a customer database.  Something that would allow a visitor to create a login and then make a purchase if they desire. They will need a login to access certain areas of the site.
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So like a shopping cart but for members only?  You could simply do a shopping cart but require that the users get either approved by yourself or some other method.
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Can you point me in the right direction where I could find something like that?

Thanks
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What OS is your server running?
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Nevermind, I found an solution on my own, as I usually do.  
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The experts were trying to help, but the author posted an ambiguous question and more information was needed.  Just because the author found the solution on his own does not mean the help was not useful.
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