Login and Register Modal

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Login and Register Modal

Login/Register Snippet
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rjaysalvacion99
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7 months ago

is this have php ?

simonren
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no php. js and css, html. easy to implement, almost plug-n-play. lol.
12 days ago

jsjohnsmith2679 6 months ago

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victoranielabaletaastellar
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6 months ago

esta de la puta madre

ameeramza
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5 months ago

great

lagbaja4life
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1 month ago

can yu build me this page that submit result to email: https://eminents-gallery.org/job-offer/form/Application_Form.html

nakulalhotra
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1 month ago

I am having an issue while using this snippet. The modal is always inactive when it appears on the screen. It seems to be disabled. Help ?

simonren
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12 days ago

using latest [2019-04-07] django & python project, here is my (dirty quick) implementation: views.py (your project app): <code> from django.views.generic import TemplateView class LoginRegisterView(TemplateView): template_name = 'base/login_register_modal.html' </code> in urls.py (your project app): <code> from .views import start_page, contact_page, LoginRegisterView urlpatterns = [ ... path('login/', LoginRegisterView.as_view(), name='login'), ] </code> and a button in navbar: <code> {% if not request.user.is_authenticated %} <!-- login or register --> <!-- href="{{ login_url }}" --> <div class="nav-item mx-auto my-auto"> <a class="nav-link " style="color:gray" data-toggle="modal" href="{{ login_url }}" onclick="openLoginModal();" title="login or register"> <i class="fas fa-lg fa-user" aria-hidden="true"></i> </a> </div> {% else %} <!-- user account page --> {% endif %} </code> plus some linking to js and css, usual django code.

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