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Trying to set up a Client area for my website

Thread began 10/09/2009 5:40 pm by KW2912 | Last modified 10/14/2009 8:59 pm by KW2912 | 2783 views | 5 replies


Trying to set up a Client area for my website

Hi there,

I am trying to set up a Client area for my website and recently purchased your User Registration software to do this. I've managed to set up the user registration system, database creation, email verification etc and everything is working fab.

Have a look at: index4.php (The site isn't live yet until I resolve the client area problem)

Now that I have finally managed to set up the User Registration facility I need to create individual pages for all of my registered users - so that once they have logged in using their details from the users mysql database they can click a link to a page which only THEY can see. The "users_Profile.php" page presently has a link to "protected_Page.php" which ALL registered users can see so this isn't ideal for displaying client specific personal data.

As I mentioned - the user registration system worked beautifully but to make it REALLY worth it's money I need to be able to use it to allocate these registered users to seperate pages.

Please can anyone tell me if there is a way of doing this? Thank you

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