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Author Topic: protecting multiple folders  (Read 4731 times)
John Q
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« on: August 14, 2008, 02:04:41 PM »

I was using cPanel to password protect a members only folder of my website. The problem is that as I added 3rd party scripts (SMF, Gallery2), users have to log in again each time they click a link to that subfolder. Advanced Password Protect looked good for me since it should only need users to log in once and the password reminder is also an added advantage.

My question is how do I protect everything under the members folder - including the smf and gallery2 folders?

Currently I get a "cannot find users list" error when trying to access the smf folder.

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Woody
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« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2008, 09:29:03 AM »

Depends what is in the folders. If its .php files, just add the login script to every file as normal. They wont have to log in everytime as it will know they're already logged in. Unless you have a time limit and they go over it, then they will have to log in.
f its any other files, then I can't help you as I don't know.
Hope this helps in some way
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