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Muse - Client Login and Register, CMS & Restricted Access/Access Management

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I am building my first site with Muse. I am wondering if it is possible through Muse or Muse Widgets to build a site that has a Login/Register page that allowed access to clients.

I run a consultancy that delivers individual/bespoke reports to Clients. Could I place these reports in a web-friendly format on individual webpages on the Muse site but limit the access to each page through a login/login details? I would like to maintain the privacy of my clients by not showing other clients the work/who I am working with.

I hope I have been clear enough with my description. Any help would be much appreciated!

This is actually not possible in Muse, because it would need a complete database/PHP background, which Muse hasn’t for now – and, as I assume, will not have in the next couple of years. Don’t think, most of the Muse users will be capable to install and setup such a backend fundament on their hosting server. If they were, I think, they would use Dreamweaver …

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Muse - Client Login and Register, CMS & Restricted Access/Access Management

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I am building my first site with Muse. I am wondering if it is possible through Muse or Muse Widgets to build a site that has a Login/Register page that allowed access to clients.

I run a consultancy that delivers individual/bespoke reports to Clients. Could I place these reports in a web-friendly format on individual webpages on the Muse site but limit the access to each page through a login/login details? I would like to maintain the privacy of my clients by not showing other clients the work/who I am working with.

I hope I have been clear enough with my description. Any help would be much appreciated!

This is actually not possible in Muse, because it would need a complete database/PHP background, which Muse hasn’t for now – and, as I assume, will not have in the next couple of years. Don’t think, most of the Muse users will be capable to install and setup such a backend fundament on their hosting server. If they were, I think, they would use Dreamweaver …

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This is actually not possible in Muse, because it would need a complete database/PHP background, which Muse hasn’t for now – and, as I assume, will not have in the next couple of years. Don’t think, most of the Muse users will be capable to install and setup such a backend fundament on their hosting server. If they were, I think, they would use Dreamweaver …

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Thanks for your quick reply. That's a really helpful answer.

Would you suggest building a visual website in Muse and exporting the HTML into Dreamweaver and then working on a database/PHP/SQL solution there?

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Don‘t know exactly, because — as. Any Muse users — I am a (print) designer and never worked in Dreamweaver.

PerhapsUssnorway or Pavel%20Homeriki will chime in here!

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samb98170638  wrote

Would you suggest building a visual website in Muse and exporting the HTML into Dreamweaver and then working on a database/PHP/SQL solution there?

I would have a good look around before I try putting a Muse site into Dreamweaver... it can be done but you need a solid know how about Dreamweaver | code

Have a look at this site; Login | Dynalink

this is Muse + Publiz cms... the up side is that Publiz is made from the ground up to link into Muse

the down side is you pay a small fee to use their cms servers

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You could check this out...

https://www.muse-themes.com/pages/cms-widgets-connect

You may be able to import your reports then give clients access. Watch the video to see if it might work for you.

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