Let's say a user successfully logs into my web application. At this point there is no need for the “Sign up” and “Log in” pages to be visible anymore in the navigation, but what if they still try to ...
I certainly agree we should put login links on the front page. And can understand Why are log off buttons becoming hard to find?. But out of curiosity, why do so many sites make the log in button ...
I have a wireframe that I have created for a private business portal. The site is for private testing groups of experimental equipment. Since most users will be volunteers, I was wondering if a ...
What is best practice to handle what happens to the user after the successfully login on a dedicated login page. Our current website has 2 possibilities. If the user was directed to the login page ...
We have a webapp with a front/presentation/landing page. On this page it is possible to change language and, for already registered users, to login to the secure area. Now we have a "Change language" ...