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Help with double opt tutorial

Thread began 10/02/2013 1:20 pm by danny405167 | Last modified 10/09/2013 3:48 pm by danny405167 | 2399 views | 17 replies


The problem is on both the userupdate.php and user-confirm.php pages. For the userupdate.php the following code needs to be after the recordset

if (!session_id()) session_start();
if((isset($_POST["User_Update_group_Email"])) && $_POST["User_Update_group_Email"] != $row_SecurityAssistusers["UserEmail"]) {
$_SESSION["UserEmailVerified"] = "0";

and for the user-confirm.php page the code needs to be after the recordset

if (!session_id()) session_start();
if(!($totalRows_rsVerify == 0)) {
$_SESSION["UserEmailVerified"] = "1";

The session code for the user-confirm.php page gets created when you follow the steps below, which can be found under the written tutorial
"Configure the confirm page" -> "Reset the user's session variable to verified status"

1) In the Server Behaviors panel, click Plus ( ).
2) Select WebAssist > Cookies > Set Session Value.
3) Change the Trigger to Recordset: rsVerify is not empty.
4) Make sure the Name is set to emailVerified.
5) Set the Value to 1.
6) Click OK.
7) Save the page.

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