Create a forum community around an online portfolio of images:
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On the /[url removed, login to view], /[url removed, login to view], /[url removed, login to view], and /[url removed, login to view] there are (or will be ie. lights and music) a list of thumbnails or links that take you to specific pages for either a song or a piece of artwork. On each of those pages (the ones that are specific for the individual artwork or song) I want a comment form, so people can critique my work.
I want people to register once with their name, email, and a password, and then be able to login for the top of any page on the site. I also want the site to offer to remember members when they login from the same computer. I want to be e-mailed every time a new post or registration is made.
1. Create a form template that I can copy into specific html files where I want the form to be. Describe to me the exact process of how I would do this. If there are other files (i.e. a txt file that stores the content) explain where they need to go and what links I need to change in every file to make the form work.
a. The comment form should have a title entry field and a text box entry field (that allows html), with a TEXT submit button.
b. The comments should then be posted to the site displaying the members name, date (example Monday, October 3, 2005), and the body of text. They should be e-mailed to me at this point.
c. The artwork (or music, set, lights) should display text that says (# Comments) with the # starting at 0 and increasing with every comment.
2. Create a "register" page that I can link to from the top of every page.
a. Registration page should include Firstname, Lastname, User, Password, and email.
b. There should be an option to "remember me" that automatically logs in the user when they connect to the website from the same computer.
c. I should be emailed whenever a new user registers.
5. Create a login and password div that I can syle and insert on the top right side of every page. When a user is logged in it should display the users name with a line of text that says "Logged in as: *usernamehere*".
Website: Needs to work in: Internet Explorer 6 Mozilla Firefox Opera Server: [url removed, login to view]