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Linking main website to folders inside. .httpaccess

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Hi guys I have a question I need help linking folders in my domain to main domain easy way toexplain is this. I have

and in there I have


what I want to do is this

if some one types in manually

I want them toget error

as has registration and I want members who are registered to site1 to get to


Example - is the main site

in folders I have

car vin checker now what I want to do is restrict members from typing

and loading script my main page scrip has this built in for pages which means member needs to sign in to get to some of the pages but I want to some how restrict members typing url directly to get to this location


can I add


so .httpaccess checks url and if it has fullpath to url it iwll display the page if it dont it will ask member to sign in



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perhaps with the good terms httpaccess does not exist is => htaccess

and many tutorial exist on google search : protect folder or directory with htaccess

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If you want to allow logged in users to certain areas of your site, like a control panel, you should use some type of authentication not htaccess. If using PHP than simple conditional statements using your databases user data can be a start to allow users and block/error out visitors. I see you have a login and register link so you must have some type of authentication already in the site?

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