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version 1.8 just uploaded for review.

Includes fixes for facebook and allows you to set a prefix for the session values to help avoid clashes with other code you may have on your site.

Updated my 1.5.0 to 1.8.0 but when trying to open “userbase_1.8.0/config/config_global.php” I get a blank page no options to update configuration file options I tried several explorer levels what can I do to fix?

Hi Jsilling,

Just downloaded the latest version and opened the config_global.php and it appears to be fine.

How are you opening the file? Via the browser or a file explorer?

Regards

Using browser from web site

http://yourvirtualcareassistant.com/userbase_1.8.0/config/config_global.php

Just checked it still a blank page no error message nothing.

Hi, Can I manage users with unique pass , that after login can only access certain only web page ? like www.example.com/user1 ? Also have full report about when he logged in and out on that very web page ? Thanks

HI Freesongs,

If you want the users to have their own url type page then you will need to set up a htaccess file to process the url correctly.

However from the user management side then yes you can use the data from this script to manage what the user sees when they login and what page they have access too.

Not just at page level but you can also control smaller details on the page (this requires php coding).

The system can be coded to to track the log-ins and logouts (when the user actually remembers to log out) but this would require custom coding.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Regards

Nadeem

Hi I already have htaccess manager that gives a unique pass to any html page I need, but I lack the log information which I need to get recorded. I need to know exactly when they log in how long they stay and when they log out. Can you suggest something ? Thanks !

I don’t know for sure but your server may already have a log file of who logged in if you are using htaccess for your user management – maybe.

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