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Tizwit
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 03, 2007 11:47 pm Reply with quote

I am wondering if there is a way to limit link submissions to members only. Getting a little tired of deleting those "Viagra" links

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 04, 2007 12:59 am Reply with quote

Assuming you made the changes to modules/Web_Links/index.php to provide the necessary protection, you should be able to configure $links_anonaddlinklock in modules/Web_Links/lconfig.php

Here's the simple fix for the protection

Code:


FIND


function Add($title, $url, $auth_name, $cat, $description, $email) {
   global $prefix, $db, $user;

REPLACE WITH

function Add($title, $url, $auth_name, $cat, $description, $email) {
   global $prefix, $db, $user, $links_anonaddlinklock;
   if (!is_user($user) AND $links_anonaddlinklock != 1) die();

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Tizwit
PostPosted: Thu Jan 04, 2007 1:23 am Reply with quote

What changes to "modules/Web_Links/index.php?

Also I went and looked in the Iconfig file and found a way to set it to lock out unregistered:

Code:
$links_anonaddlinklock:      Lock Unregistered users from Suggesting New Links? (0=Yes 1=No)


Would that do the same?

evaders99 wrote:
Assuming you made the changes to modules/Web_Links/index.php to provide the necessary protection, you should be able to configure $links_anonaddlinklock in modules/Web_Links/lconfig.php

Here's the simple fix for the protection

Code:


FIND


function Add($title, $url, $auth_name, $cat, $description, $email) {
   global $prefix, $db, $user;

REPLACE WITH

function Add($title, $url, $auth_name, $cat, $description, $email) {
   global $prefix, $db, $user, $links_anonaddlinklock;
   if (!is_user($user) AND $links_anonaddlinklock != 1) die();
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 04, 2007 6:40 am Reply with quote

Tizwit, you definitely need to set the values in l_config.php, but what Evaders is referring to is that even with those set, there is still a "backdoor" way of getting around it. He is presenting the fix for that.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 05, 2007 11:06 am Reply with quote

ah Ok I understand. Thank you

I will try to put that fix into place on my next day off.

Thank you Evaders and Montego
 
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