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Author Topic: can register.php or login.php go in a secure folder with .htaccess?  (Read 3198 times)

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girlstyle

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Hi there,

I'm trying to integrate coppermine with Verotel Payment Processors for a subscription based system. I've come up with a possible way to make our gallery work.

Can anyone think of a way to put the register.php into a folder on it's own and then I make it password protected with .htacces (which is controlled by Verotel).

I tried to put the signup.php into it's own folder, but coppermine doesn't like it. Any suggestions?

Cheers

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Re: can register.php or login.php go in a secure folder with .htaccess?
« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2007, 06:08:12 pm »

Use .htaccess to apply the restrictions to just the files you need. No need to put them into a seperate folder.
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girlstyle

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Re: can register.php or login.php go in a secure folder with .htaccess?
« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2007, 01:33:07 am »

Hi Nibbler,

Many thanks for that solution, but I'm not sure how to do that? How do I set the .htaccess to work on just the register.php file?

The furthest I can get is my web provider allowing me to .htaccess a whole folder, like you say, I need just one file, the register.php Can you give me a rough or exact idea what to do?

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