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http://masttrick.com/vantin-epocrates-online.html The final element was to create the registration & login system, which is using a mySQL database & asks users to register before allowing access to the gallery categories and the catalogue download pages. There have been a few teething problems with the registration due to not much time for testing; the client was already telling people the site was live! But all seems fine now & no further issues have arisen.
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