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May 26, 2001, 18:29 #1
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controlling user logging in to website
I want to have some pages tailored to the person logged in, and these pages unavailable if someone does not log in.
I am familar with htaccess and the pop up password boxes, but i want to use php and make it fancier. I want tocheck the entered password against a database.
How do i control that the pages are not viewed until someone logs in, and how do i control that these pages are tailored to the user that logged in?
Is sessions (which i know little about), cookies, passing a hidden value, htaccess, etc... which is the better method? and are any of these secure?