SSL Integration and Login Rework Project

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$30 - $250 USD
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4 days
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Project Description

Currently we have a button on our homepage that links to a standard login page. We're wishing to have the button modified to work like the [url removed, login to view] login (see attached example). When user presses button, drop-down login form occurs allowing user to login using their username and password. There should additionally be password retrieval option (we have this on current login page so you can incorporate this into drop down login). This will enable our users to login from homepage directly vs. having to click through to another page to login. I'm attaching an image of the drop-down login format we'd like - we need it customized with our colors (if you can make this look better than Twitters so much the better :-) and should work well within our homepage. This should be tested in top browsers (IE, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, and Opera).

Existing login page will be kept as well however will be used as a backup for those that try to access pages requiring login (Backup Login)...currently when a user tries to access a members only area, they're taken to the login page so we'll keep this.

Additionally we need SSL redirection for both the new login you're building as well as the Backup login page. We have an SSL certificate on our server - hosting is with Rackspace - so logins should be redirected through to this for https// security.

Please only bid if you can handle all aspects of this project (design, coding, and testing). We use Plesk so must be familiar with this as well.

We look forward to receiving your bid!

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