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Noob Question - Session Variables

Thread began 3/02/2010 3:15 pm by dinohorn397192 | Last modified 3/02/2010 6:44 pm by Jason Byrnes | 835 views | 1 replies |

dinohorn397192

Noob Question - Session Variables

The protected page, by default is users_Profile.php. Let's say I have a basic static page (called membersonly.php with no forms) and I want to protect that page. What's the best way to do that? Isn't there a session variable that should pass over to the membersonly.php?

Can I use Security Assist or any other of your tools to accomplish this?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

See the "How to Restrict Access to pages on your site" tutorial in the How To Section of the user Registration solution pack support page:
user-registration/



  Applying the restriction rule
The protected_Page.php page is provided to confirm that your log in feature, and access restriction works on the User Registration Solution Pack. We will use this same code, to apply the same type of restriction to our pages.
1. Open the protected_Page.php file.
2. Highlight lines 1 through 6.
3. Press Ctrl (Cmd) + C to copy your selection.
4. Open any page you wish to apply this restriction to.
5. Place your cursor in the first line of the code.
6. Press Ctrl (Cmd) + V to paste this code.
Note: If the page you are copying this code to is not in the same location as the protected_Page.php file, you will need to update the path that references WA_SecurityAssist/Helper_PHP.php.  
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