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Exercise 9-1. In this set of exercises, you re going to create a web site that hosts discussion forums for tropical fish enthusiasts. You won t actually write the code for the forums, but you ll build the framework so that users can log in if they wish and customize the site. Start by creating a site that has a front page welcoming users to the site and stating their login status. Add a login page, and a separate page where users can create their own accounts. Create a few users by whatever method you like to test these pages. The page for a logged-in user would look like Figure 9-43. Exercise 9-2. You ve made a good start, making the site available to users, but you currently have no content. Copy the site to a new web site named Exercise 9-2, and add two content pages, which will be placeholders for the forums. One page should be available to all users, for general discussion of fish; call it fishforum.aspx. The other page should only be available to site moderators; call it siteadmin.aspx. You may want to put moderator-specific content there in the future. Be sure to provide hyperlinks to reach the two content pages from the Home page, and also links to take users from the content pages back to the Home page. Exercise 9-3. You ve made sure that your site is only available to registered users, but now you should take advantage of the user accounts to personalize the users experience. Copy the site to a new web site named Exercise 9-3. Add a page to the site where users can customize their profiles. Add a label to have users enter their preferred name. Add another label where they can enter how many fish they have. Add a radio button group where users can choose between tropical or freshwater fish. Give them a DropDownList where they can choose their favorite fish type. The Profile page should look something like Figure 9-44 when it s filled in.
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9: Security and Personalization
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On the home page, provide an opportunity for logged-in users to edit their profile, and also display the contents of the profile on the home page. The home page should look something like Figure 9-45 when the user is logged in.
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Exercise 9-4. A page about tropical fish isn t very much fun unless it s colorful, but users probably want to color their pages to match their favorite fish. We ll keep it simple for this exercise: Just create two theme files, with skin files for labels and buttons. Create the two theme files as follows: Angelfish theme: For buttons, set the foreground to yellow, the background to black, and the text to large. For labels, set the foreground to white, the background to black, and the text to large. Clownfish theme: For both buttons and labels, set the foreground to white, the background to orange, and the text to large. Add a section to the user profile that lets users pick the theme they want to use, and have it displayed on all the pages of the site. The front page should look like Figure 9-46 for a user who has chosen the Angelfish theme.
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9: Security and Personalization
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Putting It All Together
You ve now practiced using just about every tool in the ASP.NET toolbox. You ve made dozens of sample applications, and you ve gotten a feel for just how easy it is to make functional web sites with just a few controls. Now it s time to put those skills to the test. In this chapter, you ll make a fully functional shopping application for the AdventureWorks company. Unlike the order form you made in 2, this application will use all the skills you ve learned. It uses data controls to display the AdventureWorks database and retrieve the content the user wants, done in AJAX to speed things along. It has a shopping cart to store the items the user has purchased. It uses session state to pass that information on to a purchasing page. It incorporates validation controls to make sure the user enters good data. It has master pages that provide a consistent look and feel to the site, and custom error pages in case of problems. Finally, it has login controls to ensure that only registered users can access the pages of the site. In short, it s a fully functional working application.
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