For public facing sites in SharePoint 2010, there is a sign-in button that you click, which leads to the sign-in page. Then on the sign-in page you can enter your credentials to sign-in.
Basically want people to sign-in right away, rather than clicking a sign-in button to take them to the sign-in page.
I tried creating an iframe to load the signing page, onto my master template. But when you hit submit, only the iframe itself changes, not the parent page which holds it.
Any tips, tricks or advice will be awesome!
FYI - this is not a windows authentication sign-in process, but a form's sign-in process.
UPDATE 1 Thank you Sig for the rich information you mentioned below. I found the .aspx (it looks like a custom page layout with tag prefixes on it) and .cs file (handles various redirect processes depending on who is logging in), that is used to handle my current log-in page.
From Visual Studio, these 2 files are together located within a specific solution package. Would it be out of the norm if I was to copy the code from that .aspx file, with its tag prefixes, and past that onto my master template? Or is that a bad idea?
I'm learning as I go, Thanks!