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    Member access

    Hi,

    I was wondering if anyone knew of any way I can set-up my website so it requires visitors to create an account and log in before they can view any of the content.

    Ideally this would be something I can implement into its current design and layout.

    As an example I am looking for something similar to the forum regristration member set-up.

    1) Users need to sign in before they can view content
    2) Amount of users online(an if possible who is on line)

    I have looked at phpnuke but it looks as though it has its own templates/layout, and would not be easily changed to suit my design. Is it easy to modify phpnuke to look like a web design I already have?.

    Regards
    Adam
    Last edited by adamsh; Aug 21, 2002 at 03:11.

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    There are hundreds of ways to do this. You need to narrow your criteria. At the moment you're trying to shoot a knat with a sawn-off!

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    Narrow you say...

    I'm new to all this so forgive me if I get this wrong.

    I am looking for a php/mysql script that will prevent anyone from accessing pages without first loggin on.

    I would also like the script so show who is logged on.

    Some how I feel this needs narrowing even more, but as I dont know what im looking for its kinda hard

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    Don't worry. That's better. Ok. Straight away ask the last thing you posted here in the PHP forum. That way you'll get PHP experts looking at it. I'm an ASPer myself but you're in Web Page Design ...

    Secondly, explain that you're looking for an off-the-shelf product (aren't you?) that you can just upload and configure. Right?

    Anyway -- sorry I can't recommend anything -- as I say, PHP is not my thing. I'm a dirty M$ guy. But click on this link and post there and I'm sure someone will be able to answer this:

    http://www.sitepointforums.com/forum...php?forumid=34


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    You may look for some free scripts at

    http://www.hotscripts.com/PHP/Script...uthentication/

    then

    read the documentation of the script you choose and configure it according to your own need.

    hope this help.

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    Cool, thanks to you both.

    Adam


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