Bobby Pejman wrote: > I would also agree that allowing parent registration could be risky. What > you may be able to do just off the top is create a UserLevel field in your > users table and assign value 1 for all those who say they're students. That > is, if you have no student ids at your disposal. > > Then, when parents register, you can ask who their kid is, and assign a user > level 2, for example. When a parent finishes their registration, don't allow > them access. Display a message saying "you'll have to call in to get your > password" or something similar. > > What you're essentially doing is identifying parents by their user level yet > making sure parents are parents. > > Just an idea I thought I share.
yeah - that's quite a strong point! whatever you do, do not give any details of students to anybody unless they are 100% verified and allowed the info - that's one thing I would not want to screw up on myself, could be a nasty lawsuit. best, nathan -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php