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Accessing Password Protected Folders

Thread began 11/14/2010 7:28 pm by dgwhit288523 | Last modified 11/30/2010 11:45 am by dgwhit288523 | 5103 views | 29 replies


Protected Folers

In looking at the code that you sent me, I presume that where you have folder/page_1.php, I would change that to point to the secured directory for that level in the case of a folder specifically for agents, such as:

if($_SEESSION['userLevel'] == 1) {
header("location: agent/index.html");

Is this correct?

I am having some difficult creating an admin page for the admin to assign a level to once the customer has registered. Since I haven't had much experience using data assist, am going back to see if there is a tutorial to use that shows how this is done. If you have any links as examples, would appreciate you sending it to me.

Thanks for all your help!

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