I have created a website and no require login functionality for members as well as dynamic data on the member pages.
I have built a website at www.mintadvisory.com.au. ? You will note there is a placeholder "Login" section on the pages of this site, and I now need the login functionality built.
Clients of Mint Advisory are companies with a number of employees. ? The login section of the site will have the following basic structure:
| ? | **Employer** | **Employee** |
| **Company 1** | Employer Login 1 | Employee Login 1 |
| **Company 2** | Employer Login 2 | Employee Login 2 |
As can be seen above, each company will have an Employer login section and an Employee login section. ? ? The format of each section will be consistent across all companies, but the data displayed will be different depending on the company. ?
I have built the web pages for each section (ie. the employer section and the employee section) and now need the data within certain sections of these pages to draw from a database for display of company-specific information on the page. ? Only some of the information on each page will be drawn from a database, as there is significant information that will be static and that I have already written onto the pages. ? I would like this done in PHP ? and can supply all the data in a logical format for a database to be built.
I envisage that the login system will authenticate the user (eg. Company 1, Employer) and therefore allow access to the login section of the site and also use the login credentials to display company-specific content on each web page within the relevant section. ? It should be noted that login details will be provide to companies at the access level (eg. Employees of Company 1 will all access the site using the same login details) and therefore the login system must allow multiple logins under the same username/password.