[Typo3] Using TYPO3's FE_Users to control httpd access on subdomains
thorsten.kahler at dkd.de
Thu Jun 2 22:17:16 CEST 2005
your first question indeed can be answered easier than the second ;-)
The extension realUrl  exactly does, what you desire in your first
question: it generates very literal URLs like e.g.
http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/realurl/ - This points to
the documentation of the extension :-)
I don't know if there's already a solution for your second issue. In
theory you can use TYPO3s authentication services to authenticate against
your apache server respectively a .htaccess file. But I must admit that I
can't find a ready extension for this in the extension repository  at
On Thu, 2 Jun 2005 14:31:43 -0500, Kevin Segraves <kevin at pmt.net> wrote:
> Two questions if you don't mind..One simple, and one that I am not even
> where to start.
> 1. I can't seem to figure out how to have some pages appear as
> subdirectories in the url address. For example instead of having all
> displaying from the root (http://typo.org/index.php?id=15" , I'd like
> some labeled as http://typo.org/news/
> 2. I have a main site where I've installed TYPO3 (ie.
> www.mydomain.com). I
> also have several sub-domains (ie. stats.mydomain.com, help.mydomain.com)
> that contain documents, files, and static HTML pages. I would like to
> TYPO3's FE_User groups to control my httpd access privileges but don't
> know where to start for documentation - or what apache/mysql/php module
> I'm running a Redhat 9.0 distribution on an in-house server.
> I don't expect someone to give me a step-by-step tutorial, but if you
> point me in the right direction, I'd be much obliged.
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