Is it possible to create login page for user in blogger ?

Please tell me is there any chance to create a login page for users in blogger which is free hosting service provided by google.If anyone knows it please help me.


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no it is not possible to create login page for user blogger.

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Login Page in Blog

Yes, its possible. On various free blog site we find long in systems. In wardpress has a plugin for creat it.

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Is it possible to create login page for user in blogger ?

No it is not possible to create a login button for user but if you want you can add bloggger login button in widgets . you just need to log in to your dashboard cllick on lay out tab after lay out click on edit HTML button you wil see the add a Gadjet tab and just add the below mentioned code in add a gadget tab.

[/html]<form action="" method="post" onsubmit="onlogin()"><input value="" name="continue" type="hidden"/><input value="blogger" name="service" type="hidden"/><input value="8" name="nui" type="hidden"/><input value="8" name="naui" type="hidden"/><input value="2" name="fpui" type="hidden"/><input value="3" name="uilel" type="hidden"/><input value="true" name="skipvpage" type="hidden"/><input value="false" name="rm" type="hidden"/><input value="true" name="alwf" type="hidden"/><input value="" name="roeu" type="hidden"/><input value="0" name="alinsu" type="hidden"/><input value="WbQ8QiJfUvA" name="GA3T" type="hidden"/><div><label for="Email"> Username: <br/><input id="Email" tabindex="1" value="" name="Email" size="20" type="text"/></label></div><div><label for="Passwd"> Password: (<a href="" target="_top" title="Forgot your password?">?</a&gtWink <br/></label><input id="Passwd" tabindex="2" autocomplete="off" name="Passwd" size="20" type="password"/></div><br/><input id="signin-btn-ns" tabindex="0" value="Sign in" class="ubtn ubtn-block" name="submit" type="submit"/></form>

Hope this article help..

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yes, it is not possible to create login page for user in blogger

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Yes it Is 100% Possibal

First u select jscrept or Html Gadget and Coppy And Past This following Code in It

Login page
<h1 style="font-family:Comic Sans Ms;text-align="center";font-size:20pt;
Simple Login Page
<form name="login">
Username<input type="text" name="userid"/>
Password<input type="password" name="pswrd"/>
<input type="button" onclick="check(this.form)" value="Login"/>
<input type="reset" value="Cancel"/>
<script language="javascript">
function check(form)/*function to check userid & password*/
/*the following code checkes whether the entered userid and password are matching*/
if(form.userid.value == "chirag" && form.pswrd.value == "jethwani")
{'target.html')/*opens the target page while Id & password matches*/
alert("Error Password or Username")/*displays error message*/


User name is:- chirag
Password is:- jethwani

You Can Change Username And Password also Finde in The Same User name And Password In This Coding And replace It

Thats It...!

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Its Possible But How?

Its possible to develop login page but i don't know exactly how to develop login page.please tell me anyone knows.i am also looking for same thing.

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no not at all

no i think at now its not at all possible for creating loginpage for user bloggers
James mad
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