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PostPosted: 22. Nov 2006, 19:36 
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I can see how users can upload to their own folders.
But how can users access only their own picture folder directly via url, and not others? (without going to the root page). Is this possible ?
I'm trying to setup a multiple user gallery where users can upload their pics/videos and send a private link to their family/friends to view.

Let me know if this is possible.

Thanks

Dave


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PostPosted: 22. Nov 2006, 23:35 
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Hi,

yes it would be doable. you could use root.txt (check the howto about this) in a subfolder and private galleries.

you can enable TWG to use external login - mean you can add the password to the url (encrypted) - see another howto.

But the setup is not automatic - you have to provide to private.txt and root.txt manually.

The next version of TWG goes more this way because ther I connect the backend users wih the frontend.

/Michael


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