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Antonia

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  1. Just noticed I posted this in the wrong section :s Should have been in the "PHP 6 and MySQL 5 for Dynamic Web Sites: Visual QuickPro Guide (3rd Edition)" section.
  2. Ok, thanks Larry. I think I have sussed it and have attached the code so others can learn from it. Placed on every page that needs protecting and it appears to work very well // If no session variable exists, or unauthorized user_level, redirect the user: if (isset($_SESSION['user_id'])) { // if a valid user session is found then the user level is checked, if the // user has level 3 access they will be granted access if not a access denied //message be displayed and the user will be redirected. if ($_SESSION['user_level'] == 3) {} else { header("Refresh: 3; url=index.php"); echo '<h3>Access deined - you do not have access to this page</h3>'; echo 'You will be redirected in 3 seconds'; include ('includes/footer.html'); exit(); // Quit the script. } } // if no valid session is found then the user is not logged in and will // receive a access denied message and will be redirected to the login page. else if (!isset($_SESSION['user_id'])) { header("Refresh: 3; url=login.php"); echo '<h3>Access deined - you do not have access to this page</h3>'; echo '<p>You will be redirected in 3 seconds</p>'; include ('includes/footer.html'); exit(); // Quit the script. }
  3. Hello, I have been following the book and have set-up a login system but my only problem is even if users are not logged in if they manually type the name of a page it will load. There is references in the book to restrict access but no examples, I have my links in the footer with user level control and that works fine. I have tried to restrict pages from loading but I have not been successful yet. Any help would be nice. ~Antonia
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