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redirecting depending on if e-mail was verified

Thread began 12/16/2009 6:31 am by berndrendic374326 | Last modified 12/17/2009 8:43 pm by Eric Mittman | 1112 views | 3 replies |

berndrendic374326

redirecting depending on if e-mail was verified

Hey guys is it possible to direct all users with verified E-mails strait to

protected page instead to profile update one .....

Yet all new users and all other people who did not verify their e-mails to be sent to profile update page till they verify it.

please let me know how can i do this

thanks in advance

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Eric Mittman

To make it work like this when users login you will need to update the redirect page on the users login page. You should look for this line of code on the page:

php:
"successRedirect" => "users_Profile.php",



This will appear twice on the login page, you can just update this to be whatever page on the site you would like. Make sure you update both instances though, the first is for the standard login and the second is for the auto login.

Next you would apply the Email Confirmed access restriction rule on the page you are sending the users to after a successful login, just put this code toward the top of that page just after the include lines:

php:
<?php
if (!WA_Auth_RulePasses("Email Confirmed")){
    
WA_Auth_RestrictAccess("users_Profile.php");
}
?>



This will check to see if the user is verified, and if not they will be redirected to the page listed, the users_Profile.php page in this case.

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berndrendic374326

Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  To make it work like this when users login you will need to update the redirect page on the users login page. You should look for this line of code on the page:

php:
"successRedirect" => "users_Profile.php",


This will appear twice on the login page, you can just update this to be whatever page on the site you would like. Make sure you update both instances though, the first is for the standard login and the second is for the auto login.

Next you would apply the Email Confirmed access restriction rule on the page you are sending the users to after a successful login, just put this code toward the top of that page just after the include lines:

php:
<?php

if (!WA_Auth_RulePasses("Email Confirmed")){
    
WA_Auth_RestrictAccess("users_Profile.php");
}
?>


This will check to see if the user is verified, and if not they will be redirected to the page listed, the users_Profile.php page in this case.  




thats great thanks :)

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Eric Mittman

You are welcome, this information can also be found on the support page for the User Registration Solution Pack, it is in the How To area under the title 'How to Restrict Access to pages on your site'.

There are some other great resources for the URSP on this page in case you were looking for any more info about the solution.

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