Vine Type Content Management with Standards in Mind

21 Oct 2005

login

The login element of a Vine Type template file describes the XHTML needed to render a login form.

The login form at minimum contains a text box plus the submit input element.

Example

<login>
  <form id="frmlogin" action="default.aspx" method="post">
    <input type="password" name="vinetypepassword" size="20" />
    <br />
    <input type="submit" value="$label_enter" id="passwordenter" name="passwordenter" />
  </form>
</login>

Although you may rearrange the order or locations of the login input elements, you should not alter the input elements themselves, specifically the name and id attributes.

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