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Subject: [ZOC] 8/ 3 Comment "Why both "log in" and "join"?"
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Issue #8 Update (Comment) "Why both "log in" and "join"?"
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= Comment - Entry #3 by pieterb on Jun 21, 2003 6:11 am

I think it's good to have both a login and a join link, so I'm -1 on removing the 'join' link. A person that has no account on zope.org will faster click on a join button, than on a link named login. 

It might be a good idea to change give links a title: like this:

<a href="http://url.to.login/" title="Log in and personalize your Zope or access your files..." />
<a href="http://url.to.join/" title="Join the Zope community (it's free)" />


= Edit - Entry #2 by tseaver on Nov 12, 2001 4:10 pm

 Changes: Submitter id: 'tseaver' => 'chrism', submitter name
= Request - Entry #1 by tseaver on Nov 12, 2001 4:09 pm

chrism asks:

> Why are "log in" and "join" two separate buttons?
> Why not just show "log in" and allow people to join
> on the login form if they don't have an account.