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    Senior Member lopezvic's Avatar
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    I'm working on a mortgage site, where realtors will have their own area, with extra goodies.

    I plan on creating this in a subdomain of the site ie..(realtors.sitename.com)

    Essentially I will control access to this area, by virtue of sessions (php) and checking against user info in db (mysql).

    I'm fairly new to php and mysql, so just wanted to check with some of you veterans, any advice is appreciated.

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    Senior Member jbagley's Avatar
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    Sounds fine.

    So the realtor will login, then you will compare the login info to your DB, and once that is verified, set a session variable.

    So on every page you should check that the session variable exists, else log the person out....

    You sound like you were on the right track! :classic:


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