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Easiest way to secure entire site, and allow access to certain pages depending database settings

Thread began 3/31/2015 1:54 pm by Daniel | Last modified 4/02/2015 2:45 pm by Daniel | 684 views | 4 replies

Daniel

Tutorial from Link

Thanks for the link to the tutorial. Though I'm not sure if this is quite the setup I was needing. Or I'm not looking at it correctly.

For pages and even links I basically want the rules to be set up as if admin = yes or if linkA = yes then the link would be visible and you can access the page. But the rules would all be different. There's ten different channel rules that I need along with individual lesson rules that would be set up.

Each of these channels and content in them would need to have their own individual rules and not, for example, one rule containing two different channel or two different lessons.

I was trying to look for the rules that get created in the helper_php.php file in the Security Assist folder looking to see where the rules were being created and stored.

Or if it would be easier to just manually put in the rules for the pages and for the links if it isn't too to much coding. I would imagine a lot of it would be copy and paste but then just change the name of the cell that's in the database that it's looking for along with the value of it.. yes or no for yes you have access or you don't. That's why I'm not sure if groups like the tutorial is the best way about doing it

Thanks

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