You want to prevent access to specific pages of your website unless a user has registered and logged in with a username and password.
Membership creation/validation through the use
AccountModels, and several MVC views.
The MVC team at Microsoft have made a lot of improvements to the
AccountController. It has been
updated to use
along with the
Membership class to
create new users, validate existing users, and create cookies to check
the logged in state of users.
Unlike MVC 2, in version 3, the new project dialog has been
updated to provide several different start up applications:
Empty, Internet Application,
and Intranet Application. An empty application will
set up your folder structure required for MVC. An Internet
Application, the default template, will create an MVC
application with several features pre-configured, including a basic
layout and an
contains multiple actions to register and log users the application. The
third template, Intranet Application, is quite
similar to the Internet Application with the exception that instead of
Membership class, it will
use Windows Authentication.
For most websites, the default Internet Application should be used. If you haven’t already done so, create a new MVC 3 Internet Application now. This will ...