<form action=”http://yoursystem.As this is hardcoded into your website, it may take up the styling that your website uses – this will vary depending on the type of cms or web management tool you use. Either way, the end result will look something like this: We hope this helps!
zuluelearning.com/index.php? mode=login” method=”post”> <input id=”username” name=”username” type=”text” value=”username” /> <input id=”password” name=”password” type=”password” value=”password” /> <input type=”submit” value=”login” /> </form>
Zulu eLearning has some powerful registration and login options and a lot of people don’t use them to their fullest. We’d like to let you know about some of the basic ways you can improve your users login and registration experience. First of all, when you first get your Zulu eLearning account your welcome screen will be a blank page with a large user login section which looks like this:This welcome screen can be left blank, in which case the enlarged login will remain, or, you can choose to customize your welcome screen by adding in some text, images, flash or perhaps a video as some of our systems do. As soon as you begin customization of your welcome screen the enlarged login will dissapear and instead, users will be directed to the header bar at the top of the page – as shown below: Finally, if you wish to embed the login in your own webpage then you can also do this. It is actually quite simple and powerful and it allows you to direct users to your own website instead of sending them to the zuluelearning domain. To embed the user login into your own website you need to enter the following code into the specific section you wish it to appear on your site.