What I would do is have both the 2 page and the last page on the the 
same page!!

All my pages are only two...a form page and a processing page...that's 


You could also have a variable pass from page to page, like a hidden 
variable, either in a form, or with cookies.

And check for that variable every page with an If...else..statement.....


If (empty($CheckPLEASE){
        echo "Sorry You are out of order";
        echo "hey your good to go!!";

And so on and so on.......


On Wednesday, February 27, 2002, at 02:03 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> Can you accomplish this without having the user logged in?  I am 
> unconcerned
> with whether or not the user has logged in, I simply need the user to 
> not be
> able to bypass a page with a form to go directly to the end page which 
> will
> connect and store the form contents into a db.
> Thanks in advance,
> Jas
> "Lerp" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
>> Hi there :) I use session variables to do this, once the user has 
>> logged
> in
>> and you know they are who they say they are, set a session variable 
>> using
>> session_register("isloggedin");
>> $isloggedin = "yes";
>> And at the top of every page you want protected simply do a check to 
>> see
> if
>> it is set or not. Below code checks to see if that var is set and if 
>> not
> it
>> redirects them to another page.
>> <?php session_start(); ?>
>> <?php
>> if (!isset($HTTP_SESSION_VARS["islogged"])){
>> header("Location:index.php");
>> }
>> ?>
>> Hope this helps, Joe :)
>> "Jas" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
>>> I am wondering if there is a good tutorial on how to use php to make
> users
>>> come from a page before they can access another.  For instance, say 
>>> you
>> have
>>> one page called index.php which contains a form that once filled in
> links
>> to
>>> a confirmation page to verify the users data was entered correctly 
>>> then
>> from
>>> there links to a page that stores the users data into a database 
>>> table.
>> The
>>> problem I would like to alleviate is to make sure the users cannot 
>>> just
>> type
>>> in the name of the last page in the url and put a blank entry into the
>>> database.  I have read a few tutorials on using sessions but I am
> unclear
>> on
>>> how the use of sessions would require the user to visit each page in
>>> succession.  Thanks in advance,
>>> Jas
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