How To Get Login Page On Separate Page Javascript

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I remember when I first started learning JavaScript, one of the challenges I faced was figuring out how to get a login page on a separate page using JavaScript. It may seem like a complex task, but with a few lines of code and some knowledge of JavaScript, it becomes much easier.

To begin, we need to understand the basic structure of a login page. Typically, a login page consists of a form with input fields for the username and password, along with a submit button. The goal is to separate this login form from the main page and display it on a separate page when the user clicks on a login button.

The first step is to create the HTML structure for the login form on the main page. We will use a div element to contain the form elements:


<div id="loginForm">
  <input type="text" id="username" placeholder="Username" />
  <input type="password" id="password" placeholder="Password" />
  <button id="loginBtn" onclick="openLoginPage()">Login</button>
</div>

Next, we need to create a separate page to display the login form. This can be done by creating a new HTML file, let’s call it “login.html”. In this file, we will simply display the login form:


<!-- login.html -->
<form id="loginForm">
  <input type="text" id="username" placeholder="Username" />
  <input type="password" id="password" placeholder="Password" />
  <button id="loginBtn">Login</button>
</form>

Now comes the JavaScript part. We will use the open() method to open the “login.html” file in a new window or tab when the user clicks on the login button. Here’s the JavaScript code that needs to be added to the main page:


<script>
function openLoginPage() {
  window.open("login.html", "_blank");
}
</script>

With this code in place, when the user clicks on the login button, a new window or tab will open, displaying the login form from the “login.html” file. This separation of the login page from the main page improves the user experience and makes the code more organized.

In conclusion, getting a login page on a separate page using JavaScript is not as daunting as it may seem. By understanding the basic structure of a login form, creating a separate HTML file, and using the open() method in JavaScript, we can achieve this functionality and improve the usability of our web application. Give it a try and see how it enhances your login process!