mv at mattvalenti.com
Wed Jun 29 20:25:30 CEST 2005
I'm not exactly sure what you're trying to achieve from this description but
maybe this might help. Maybe you can structure your page like this, then
there's no need to redirect. Add a login content element to your page. In
General Options set Access to Hide At Login. So if the user is logged in
and goes to this page the login is hidden otherwise it's displayed. Then
for your remaining content simply set the Access to a particular group (or
Show At Any Login). This means that if the user is not logged in they will
not be able to see any content (just the login content element).
Instead of adding a "new" login content element to each page add an Insert
Records content type and point to your "main" login content element.
"t-z" <teibaz at yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:mailman.4212.1118925479.19958.typo3-english at lists.netfielders.de...
> i have one big problem which i can't solve.. I have normal
> - for all users page - and extranet. I want that if user is
> not logged in it would be redirected to login page.. and
> now user is redirecting to normal page...
> I tried to use [loginUser = *] but this didn't solve my
> problem anyway..
> please, help
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