Login Control

SiteLevelCustomAuthenticationMethod is a method of a control or my question is simply

why to write this code when you can simply grabit
>>>>SiteLevelCustomAuthenticationMethod(Login1.UserName, Login1.Password);

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Login1.UserName, Login1.Password are values that user Enters on the login form.

User enters his/her login password on the webpage. Login1.UserName,Login1.Password

Now how do you know this is a valid user or an illegal user?

You need  somehow to validate this user.

SiteLevelCustomAuthenticationMethod Function is created to validate this user, so it takes the user name and password and implement some validation and return a bool value based on the results(usually does this by comparing the User name and password to entries in the database)

You don't have to use SiteLevelCustomAuthenticationMethod, you can create your own function and do the validation inside that function.

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