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#1 sdaniels

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Posted 19 July 2006 - 03:09 PM

if i have a website http://www.whatever.com
and i have several pages in my htdocs folder

example:  index.php, hello.php, test,php

how can i stop someone from directly accessing http://www.whatever.com/hello.php through the conf file?

i have set it up to disallow going to a folder in the htdocs, but how can i stop from all pages execpt index.php?

or can this be done?  (im trying to get around having to validate session variables on every page)

#2 willfitch

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Posted 20 July 2006 - 02:21 PM

Don't use your httpd.conf file to do this!  Just set the permissions to 444 and it won't be web viewable.

"chmod 444 hello.php"
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