How To Host A Website That Hosts User Accounts?

Hello, I’m a Sports Handicapper and I’ve been working under a company with other handicappers. But what I would like to do now is break away and create my own service, now that I have a good reputation. I want to create a website for which I can sell my betting picks. I’ve been searching all over net (and I don’t know A LOT about websites) and I can’t seem to figure out HOW to create a website that would allow users who visit the website to create accounts and login to the website. Ideally, I’d like users to be able to come and create a free account, then can they log in and choose to subscribe to daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly services in which they’d have access to all my picks. Once they’ve subscribed, they’d be able to view my picks when they log in.
I know how to create a website and do a fair amount of things, but I can’t figure out how to create a website that allows people to „login”. Is this just too complicated for a guy like me? Do I have to hire someone for this?

6 Comments

  1. birdsivu wrote
    at 12:44 - 26th Luty 2010 Permalink

    Well I’d consider downloading a web site builder like Frontpage or NetObjects Fusion, something like that. I work with NetObjects 10, has a wizard to assist in setting up your style. I think the log in thing is pretty much the same as password, it’s one of the built in features in the programming. This is a great learning tool that is functional for the beginner.

  2. sirhk97 wrote
    at 15:18 - 26th Luty 2010 Permalink

    I think you can consider a different way of doing this. Instead of having them log-in to view the picks, you can consider using paypal to let them subscribe to your services, and once they have paid, you will send them your picks via email.

  3. Adam wrote
    at 15:55 - 26th Luty 2010 Permalink

    Yeah, you wold want to hire someone. Or you can try using a service like GoDaddy.com, they have a lot of those options available and their sales & tech people are pretty helpful.

  4. kj wrote
    at 20:58 - 26th Luty 2010 Permalink

    You need to find a software package that provides the functions you are looking for. Might be good to hire a consultant.
    email me if you like I might be able to assist.

  5. Rina S wrote
    at 21:03 - 26th Luty 2010 Permalink

    You can find step by step guide on how to create a website at website like http://oktutorial.com/webdesign.htm .

  6. Sgfdhgjghj H wrote
    at 0:57 - 27th Luty 2010 Permalink

    vb script tutorials-http://learnvbscript.info/

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