Check out Kevin Yank's article "restricting page access with php & mysql" (or something like that!) on webmasterbase.com / sitepoint.com.
Justin French on 10/08/02 7:19 PM, Kristoffer Strom ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: > This PHP stuff is still pretty new to me (still prefer IBM's NetData), so I > need help to create a login procedure for a website. > The point being to make sure only authenticated people can access the admin > pages and post/edit news items and stuff. Should be simple, huh? > > Anyways, the three objectives are: > 1. Login that checks the username and password with a user defined table in > a MySQL database. Not actual authentication for the database! > 2. Store the username and load the e-mail for that user from that table and > store them both as a session variable. > 3. Make sure that none of the pages in that directory works unless you're > athenticated > > Help? Is there some ready function for all of this that I haven't found? > So far I've only run across the actual database authentication, but I don't > wanna add users to the database. > > /Kristoffer (from www.NataliePortman.com) > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php