In this project, you will use the ASP.NET platform to create a simple dynamic Web site. In this site, you will register yourself as a user for the site with a user name and a password. Then, you will program a welcome message on the home page (default.aspx) to make it personalized with your registered name. In other words, the welcome message will use your user name that you entered during the self-registration process to personalize the welcome message.
For example, if you self-registered to the site as Sam A. Jordan, then the welcome message on the home page would look like this:
To complete this project, you will need to first self-register by clicking on “Log in” on the home page, and then self-register yourself. You will then need to add an event handler to the home page (default.aspx) of the site, and in this event handler, you can retrieve the logged-in user name using “User.Identity.Name.”
User is a built-in class that is populated with the identity of the currently logged-in user to the site. The user name can be obtained from the User class using the expression above.
A Word document containing a description of the steps you performed to complete the project, along with a screenshot of your home page when requested by the browser
A zip file of all of your Visual Studio project files so that it can be reproduced on a different computer