I have a lot of 'intranet' development experience, not a lot of 'internet' experience. A client wants web-based access for their MySQL databases hosted on the internet.
If we choose third-party hosting for the site via IIS (their choice, I agree) for pages and databases, is it a good practice in my pages to throtle content access based on user login name alone? The idea being that only (IIS) authenticated users will get access to the site, once in, my pages grant access to pages and page elements based on user login names bounced against the user login name table.
thanks for your help.