|Make sure you read the instructions below so you don't inadvertantly change something you don't want to.|
Below you have six input boxes organized into four sections above five buttons which are organized into two groups of functions. How you fill in the input boxes depends on the
function you wish to carry out. Also the same button may have different effects depending
on how the input boxes are filled out.|
Here is a description of how to use this form. Note that all the functions require you to fill in your username (aka - member name) and your password. This is to prove you are authorized to do what you are attempting.
To change your username and/or password. Fill in the "Other Username" and/or the "Other Password" fields and press the "Change User" button. The entries in these fields will replace your current values on the left. If you leave one of the fields on the right blank it will not be changed. For example to change just your password leave the "Other Username" field blank and put your new password in the "Other Password" field.
To add a new user or delete an old one. You need a level-1 security clearance to do either of these functions so don't worry about it.
To add or edit an entry. Fill in either the "Entry as Title" or the "Entry as File" field and press the "Add/Edit Entry" button. The entries in this dadabase can be retrieved either by the entries's title or by the name of it's html file. You can supply both fields and if a file isn't found by filename or title one will be opened for editing and initialized with those values for it's title and filename. You will then be able to enter new values that define each entry. If a file is found by it's filename or title it will be opened for editing to allow you to change it's values. If you enter values in both fields the filename will be searched for first and if found it will be loaded with it's proper title intact even if you have a different one specified in the title field. If you are creating a new entry it is best to just include a title and let the program choose an appropriate filename. You can also leave both fields blank and supply a title later in the form you will be taken to when you press the "Add/Edit Entry" button. Be careful to use unique names for new entries so you don't overwrite existing files. Check the document list below to see if the title or filename is already being used.
To delete an entry. Again - level-1 security clearance required.