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Question about securing site

Thread began 9/07/2010 4:13 pm by chadhuskey391193 | Last modified 9/08/2010 10:10 am by Jason Byrnes | 601 views | 1 replies |


Question about securing site

I'm looking at the complete PHP suite to build a site that allows our wholesale customers to view catalog images that have product information and pricing. The plan would be to use the registration suite to have them log in and then use power gallery to view the images.

From what I can tell in the power gallery admin back end you simply use the generated urls to link to the galleries. How would I be able to secure those url's?

In other words, how do I make sure that all the pages that follow registration are secure? Maybe it does that automatically with the registration pack, but not having a web programming background, and basically no way to go "off the path" of the solutions, I want to make sure that I can make this site with the PHP suites.


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

To secure the gallery pages, you would need to apply the page access restriction code to each of the gallery design index pages

In power gallery there is a folder under the galleries directory for each design.

In each of those folders is an index.php page. The user registration page access rule needs to be applied to each of these index pages.

See the tutorial "How to Restrict Access to pages on your site" In the how to section of the User registration solution pack support page:

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