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redirect back to restricted page after login

Thread began 1/04/2010 9:02 pm by vze4725c98581 | Last modified 1/07/2010 10:08 pm by vze4725c98581 | 4638 views | 6 replies


protected page link

User clicks a link to a protected page and is then sent to login/register. After login or registration user should automatically be returned to page they were trying to access.

This is doable using the Dreamweaver server behaviour "login user" and then selecting the option "return to previous url".

Does anyone at your company know or even care to find out why this very basic function does not work in your product? Even when I do as you suggested, to remove lines 67 and 87 from the user_logIn.php which is:

"successRedirect" => "users_Profile.php",

I still can not get a redirect back to the original page I wanted to go. Is there even a working example you can point to that shows it working. I visited the recommended sites and did not see this function, so does this actually work?

I need a response and some help people!

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