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Tank Auth with .htpasswd

Hey thanks for the advice Smile I currently do have an index.php block file in my directories to keep people from peeping into the directory. However, my current issue is regarding user specific directories, where a user logs in and sees a completely different setup (i.e. - webroot/safe/user1/images, webroot/safe/user1/css, etc.) which means they can be accessed at anytime, so long as someone knows the url...Their views remain gaurded by Tank_Auth. I was wondering how I'd be able to change it so it would be able to check if someone was logged in before gaining access to a directory. It's my understanding that my assets should not be placed within the applications folder, and my application and system folders exist outside of the webroot. I was thinking I'll have to switch over to BLOBs in MYSQL and call the data from their controller. Any thoughts?

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Tank Auth with .htpasswd - by El Forum - 07-28-2011, 02:51 PM
Tank Auth with .htpasswd - by El Forum - 08-02-2011, 10:01 PM
Tank Auth with .htpasswd - by El Forum - 08-03-2011, 03:59 AM

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