I need password protection on a web site.
If you look at the site...[url removed, login to view]
You will see that there are 2 quizzes Key stage 3 vocabulary test and Key stage 4 vocabulary test.
The second one (Key stage 4) is fine.
The first one has no password protection, as I didn't think of it when the site was done.
1) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
2) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):
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I would like a page adding that asks pupils to select their school from a drop down list (just like in KS4) and then enter their password.
The school / password should be stored in an XL spreadsheet, which should be stored on the web. I should be able to add to it as time goes on.
The password web page should ONLY have school and password on, and NOT the pupil name (so it would be different to the KS4 one).
The password web page look similar though and use the same graphics, fonts and buttons.
The default web page should link directly to the new page that you create, which would then link to the pupil name page that is already there.
Needs to run on the web, all computers, browsers,etc ...probably asp is a good idea but I don't really mind as long as it does the job.