You will almost certainly use a login page and process on a daily basis. They are very much a part of modern life, from logging in to your computer to logging in to your favorite social media site. Despite the fact that they are so common, it never ceases to amaze me that there are so many poorly designed login processes and login pages out there. Ensure By following these 4 top tips for designing a better login page and process, you can ensure that your login page does not present an unnecessary barrier to your users.
The UI Builder makes use of a grid system framework to allow you to build flexible, customizable pages with the exact look and feel that you desire. Login pages, which serve as the portal to your CMS, are an excellent place to put some of that customization to use. by branding even the smallest details of your application Check out this guide to see how simple it is to create a login page without writing a single line of code.
Step 1: Create a blank UI page
In the UI builder, we will begin by creating a New Page. You have a couple of layout options, but for now, we'll just use a Blank Template. You can call the page whatever you want, and then click the Finish button. Congratulations, you already have a web application (technically)... it's just a little bare.
Before we begin properly designing, we'll add a Grid Layout to the page. This, as well as all of the other page elements, can be found in the UI builder toolbar. Grids give your interface a column structure. Because you are no longer limited to designing in a single large column, you will have more design options and customizability.
Step 2: Design your page
To keep the page tidy, we'll place your login form within a Panel Element (which you can add from the left-hand toolbar). Then, by dragging another Grid Layout into the panel, add another Grid Layout. For our purposes, we'll add a second grid row below the one we just created.
(Tip: Grids and other elements can be duplicated by clicking the ‘+' button in the upper right corner.) corner. This will also duplicate the settings, allowing you to easily reuse page elements without having to recreate them).
Drag an image directly into the first grid to add a touch of your brand's identity. To add an image to the page, either upload your brand logo, select an image from your public files, or paste the URL of an image. You can position (and resize) your image however you want.
Step 3: Create the login form
A login page will not get you very far if your users have nowhere to enter their credentials. We'll add a Form to the grid below the image. The first thing you'll notice is that a button is generated automatically. Rename it 'login.'
It should be noted that forms can also be used to create search bars and other data entry fields. Finally, in the same grid as the form we just created, add two Text Inputs. This is where your users will fill out their information. Rename them as you see fit (we went with the drab 'username' and 'password').
We're nearly finished with the login page in terms of design. All that remains is to consider how the page will appear on other devices. Each grid has its own set of options. can be adjusted according to device type, so try out a few before moving on. (See to create the login form eaily)
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Step 4: Create the login POST
Everything that your users will see and interact with on your login page has now been implemented. Now that we've finished designing, it's time to make the login page functional. We'll need two things to do this: a data connection and a way to validate the username and password.
A POST page will handle our data connection. To make one, we write a custom HTML code. page and choose the POST method With an Action, we will store and check the username and password on these POST pages.
The user will then be redirected to the endpoint of your choice. It may appear to be complicated, but it is actually quite simple. Finally, navigate to your form's settings and select Choose your POST endpoint from the dropdown menu.
That's all there is to it! You now have a functional login page.
Try it yourself
No-code application development is a lot like riding a bike (and we're not saying that just because we're Dutch...). Sure, it may appear intimidating at first, but once you get started, it becomes incredibly intuitive. Even the most inexperienced users can use the drag-and-drop interface, pre-built templates, and prefabs. Citizen Developers will be able to create entire pages in minutes.
If you really want to put no-code to the test, you can request a free demonstration here. We'd be delighted to show you the ropes.
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