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Log in table as an SSI

Thread began 12/14/2010 12:11 pm by mrs | Last modified 1/28/2011 10:59 am by mrs | 1632 views | 5 replies


Log in table as an SSI

I have tried on numerous different sites to have the security assist log in page (created by the wizard) as a server side include (SSI). I can obviously get the file included, but each time I have tried to log in using this method, I get 'headers already sent by...' errors.

The errors refer to either other files that are also dynamic SSI's or the file which the log in SSI is placed in. I have removed all duplicate connections info, in fact the only place I tend to keep connections info is in the actual web page. All SSI's have any connection info removed to prevent errors.

Am I not able to have the log in code as an SSI? Does this code have to sit in the actual webpage where I need it, because even though the code is the same, it seems to be the only way I can get it to work?

Would framework builder enable me to deal with this in a better way?

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