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Thread began 4/26/2010 7:24 am by pejmanfallahi244687 | Last modified 4/27/2010 2:28 pm by Eric Mittman | 820 views | 1 replies |


show login in box...


I have a protected page and i like to open the log in page in modal box.(jquery ui) if user is not log in, and if he is login redirect to the called page. and if he call directly the protected page also show the login as modal box and if he clicks cancel redirct to the fail.php page.

Please help me
Best regards

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Eric Mittman

I'm not familiar with the modal box you are referring to and will not be able to offer specific support on that part of it. Do you have the user login pages and protected pages created already?

If so it sounds like you could just use the modal control to load your login page instead of going to the login page directly. To get the user to go to the fail page you can adjust the authenticate user server behavior to set the failed redirect. On the login page you can see this as:

"failRedirect" => "<your failed page>.php",

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