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Check if user is logged in in vSigup

P: 19
Hey folks,

I was hoping someone could help me out with following problem:
I want to use vSigup (available free at to manage protected pages.

Well, that all works fine, however, I'd like to include a conditional clause on public pages where either a loginform is displayed or a Welcome user statement. The script works with cookies rather than a session, so I tried to check the cookie without succes

What I did was:
[PHP]If (isset($COOKIE['USERNAME'])&&(isset$COOKIE['PASSWORD'])) {


$CheckSecurity = new auth();
$check = $CheckSecurity->page_check($USERNAME, $PASSWORD);
$check = false;

if ($check == false)
{<!-- Print the login script -->}
else { print "Welcome $USERNAME;}

I redirected the resultpage of the loginprocess to the index page where the loginform is. When I login I wont get the Welcome message but again the loginform.

So, does anyone have experience with vSignup and might be able to give me a clue how I can realize above mentioned issue.

Kind regards

Apr 29 '07 #1
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P: 136

I havent worked with vSignup but I am very much familier with secure login system that works with cookies.

firstly in our code If (isset($COOKIE['USERNAME'])&&(isset$COOKIE['PASSWORD'])) {, there should be $_COOKIE. Now the way u r collecting the USERNAME and PASSWORD from cookie may not be proper. Try to echo $COOKIE['USERNAME'] if u r getting it properly or not.

If its ok then try to check what is returned by the function page_check().

I think this way u can catch the error easily.

Apr 30 '07 #2

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