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edwardsmarkf



Joined: 20 Feb 2013
Posts: 8
Location: cottonwood, az

PostPosted: Thu 06 Feb '14 21:27    Post subject: using ssi exec Reply with quote

hello all - newbie posting here

this is the first time i have attempted something like this, but i am trying to set up an if-then-else for a parameter in the URL. here is what i have done so far:

Code:
<!--#if expr='($QUERY_STRING != /teacherEmail\=mark@markyboy.com/)' -->
NO we are not marky!
<!--#else -->
YES we are marky!
<!--#endif -->


so if the url contains ?teacherEmail=mark@markyboy.com it will show one set of html, and if not, it shows another set.

i specifically choose to use != because during testing, it seemed like if the apache code testing failed for any reason, it created a permanent true condition.

it seems to be working with any test i can throw at it, but i am looking for more knowledgeable opinions than my own!

any thought or suggestions on this? yes this is probably handled better using php, but i needed a quick solution.
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James Blond
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Joined: 19 Jan 2006
Posts: 6202
Location: Germany, Next to Hamburg

PostPosted: Thu 06 Feb '14 23:41    Post subject: Reply with quote

I can't do SSI, but PHP would be

Code:

<?php
if(!isset($_GET['teacher'] || $_GET['teacher'] != 'mark@markyboy.com'){
die('SORRY you can\'t access this page');
}
?>
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