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HanSolo

18 July 2008 at 12:23am Community Member, 83 Posts

I want to have my whole site as an restricted area, we are using it as an extranet. I changed the access on all the pages in the cms so only looged in user can se the pages. But when you get to the website there is no login form. I can create a link to the first page (if i make it public) to for example wwwxxx.com/about-us/ and that would automatically redirect people to a loginform.
But is it some way to have a loginform when you get to the default paeg(www.xxx.com)?

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Joakim

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Sam

18 July 2008 at 3:14pm Administrator, 685 Posts

Secure every top-level page, including the home page, in the access tab of the CMS.

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HanSolo

21 July 2008 at 9:53pm Community Member, 83 Posts

Hi I already secured all pages in the CMS.

but when i surf to http://horsintranet.se.test.levonline.com i can not se the loginform.
The only way to se the loginform is to type an URL like http://horsintranet.se.test.levonline.com/Hem that will provide for the loginform to access the pages. But is there some way to have the default page (http://horsintranet.se.test.levonline.com) with an login form?

Joakim

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Sean

21 July 2008 at 10:23pm Forum Moderator, 921 Posts

Try putting $LoginForm into the template.

Sean