what I have done in the past (probably not the best way) is to stick a
function call in the top of all pages in that directory which calls a
function that checks for a cookie to see that the person viewing has
actually logged in.
I hope that helps.
On Mon, 27 Aug 2001, Wilbert Enserink wrote:
> Hi all,
> Can anybody help me with this authentication problem?
> Clients can log in using a html form on my site. When they log in their username and
>password are checked in a mysql database. Then they are forwarded to a url, a
>directory on my site also coming from the db. This directory should not be public of
>couse, so I did a chmod 744 on the clients directory.
> Anybody has any ideas? I prefer not to use the standard window popup thing for
> I checked the php manual, but there is not much info on plain html forms on the
>subject, or maybe it is my English...:-)
> Regards, Wilbert
> Pas de Deux
> Van Mierisstraat 25
> 2526 NM Den Haag
> tel 070 4450855
> fax 070 4450852
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