Thanks :-)

On Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 5:17:21 PM UTC+5:30, Sander Elias wrote:
>
> Hi Rakhee,
>
> You need to add a top-level router. It only has 2 routes. Login, and dash. 
> I assume, you now have login as a route inside your dash. This makes it 
> rather difficult to arrange what you want.
> So. move that route to a level above the dash, and only show the dash when 
> the user is logged in. Saves you a bundle of checking everywhere else too, 
> because you need to be logged in otherwise you won't be able to visit 
> anything inside dash,
>
> So, create a new top-level router, and move all you have now into a 'dash' 
> route.
>
> Regards
> Sander
>

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