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[Resolved] Show user Login Form if User Not Logged On

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Last updated by deanC-2 9 years ago.

Assigned support staff: Caridad.



We have this page
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And at the bottom have it displaying no content if they aren't logged in. I'd like to also show the standard username and password login fields directly below so they can login directly there without having to navigate to another page. Is this possible?

Also, once logged in can you have it direct back to the same page so after login they aren't having to try to find the page again?



Dear Dean

How are you restricting the content to non-logged in users?



Using Access (your solution). hidden link

And this IF statement on the end of the view. hidden link

I'm assuming (hoping) there is something I can add in here at the end of the view to display a user login with a callback to the same page after login?


Dear Dean,

Have you tried with the "When disabled" button?
It lets you customize what to show when there are no permissions.



Yes, I saw this. Just curious then how I can get it to show a login prompt? Maybe I'm not getting your hint 😉


Dear Dean,

Will this solution from Luo be useful?



Yes that is exactly what I was looking for. Works a treat. Cheers