Use Get(UserName) to get the name of the user login and Get(AccountName) to determine if the user is a administrator or guest. If you want to match to a table in your databases then you would create a user table with the user name which would be the same as the Login name then you would match Get(UserName) to this user name field. You would create a user record in security and a record in your database.
But why do you need a custom log in? What problem does using such solve for you?
Hi thanks for the reply ....
Actually client wants attractive layout ..i already make it using ..re-login script ..but they still want some designing layout so..thats y i want this