Hi Mel,

Thanks for the heads up, that is a really great suggestion - I
appreciate your time :)


On Jun 21, 8:08 pm, Mel <melforr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> To get around the caching issue we use javascript to insert Members
> only content on Radiant pages, it's not always ideal to be inserting
> content with javascript but it works and if we want a fallback for non
> js users we might have a link to a member area (that the js insert
> replaces) which will redirect to a login page if the member is not
> logged in.
> On Jun 22, 9:25 am, "gibbererfly...@yahoo.com"
> <gibbererfly...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Hello, I am currently trying to add in some functionality to a Radiant
> > based site and am having no luck. Essentially, on the public side, if
> > a member logs in, they should have content displayed just for them
> > (so, for example, the main menu would display members only links).
> > I have the login working fine, as well as the overall display of my
> > custom extension (using the radiant backdoor extension to save/read a
> > session variable to detect when a user is logged in), but I have to
> > turn off caching of the site to work properly. It looks as if Radiant
> > only does caching on a page level - which in my case means turning
> > caching off for all pages.
> > Is there any way around this? Can caching be done any other way? Or is
> > there another way I could achieve the same effect?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > M.

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