'No Direct Visit Allowed’ Extension

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'No Direct Visit Allowed’ Extension

Post by me.prosenjeet » Sun Nov 07, 2010 9:48 pm

What this extension does?
It blocks a user to reach a page directly if it is to be reached through other page.
Example: Suppose you have a file give away and for that the user has to fill a form and after submitting he is forwarded to the file download page. Now if the download page URL is circulated, many will get the download without filling the details as they have by-passed the system set by you.

The role of this extension is, moment the file download page link is tried to open directly, it will show a blank page with a system message asking the user to first goto the required page and when OK is clicked, he is automatically directed to the page set up by you.

I find this small extension very useful.


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http://lucknowwebs.com/new-no-direct-vi ... -extension
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Re: 'No Direct Visit Allowed’ Extension

Post by me.prosenjeet » Tue Nov 09, 2010 3:16 pm

No one tried it yet?
A feedback here encourages extension developers, not just me- but all

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Re: 'No Direct Visit Allowed’ Extension

Post by Sjak » Tue Nov 09, 2010 4:24 pm

Download zip-file corrupt

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Re: 'No Direct Visit Allowed’ Extension

Post by me.prosenjeet » Tue Nov 09, 2010 5:16 pm

Sjak wrote:Download zip-file corrupt
Nope, this seems to be an IE issue and user specific...try another browser and it will work

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Re: 'No Direct Visit Allowed’ Extension

Post by Navaldesign » Tue Nov 09, 2010 6:56 pm

Well, to be honest I didn't try it because it is Javascript based so easy to override.
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Re: 'No Direct Visit Allowed’ Extension

Post by Sjak » Tue Nov 09, 2010 9:13 pm

me.prosenjeet wrote:
Sjak wrote:Download zip-file corrupt
Nope, this seems to be an IE issue and user specific...try another browser and it will work
Ok, firefox downloads ok.

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Re: 'No Direct Visit Allowed’ Extension

Post by me.prosenjeet » Wed Oct 05, 2011 1:04 am

justborn wrote:Installed but, not able to drag/click and drop into any page. Browser - Firefox.
Please help.
you have to drop it onto a page while in Webbuilder, not on Firefox.
Are you trying it correctly?

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Re: 'No Direct Visit Allowed’ Extension

Post by Joseph1982 » Mon Oct 10, 2011 3:08 pm

Hey, I have successfully installed the extension... but
Oops!!! I can't see anything in the toolbox.
since I am a newbie in Web Builder, I will appreciate any help... :?

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Re: 'No Direct Visit Allowed’ Extension

Post by me.prosenjeet » Mon Oct 10, 2011 3:14 pm

Joseph1982 wrote:Hey, I have successfully installed the extension... but
Oops!!! I can't see anything in the toolbox.
since I am a newbie in Web Builder, I will appreciate any help... :?
Once you have copied the extension inside:
My Computer > C > Users > User (you) > My Documents > WYSIWYG Webbuilder > System > Extensions.

Restart Wb and the extension should show under "WYSIWYG Webbuilder Extensions" menu

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Re: 'No Direct Visit Allowed’ Extension

Post by Joseph1982 » Mon Oct 10, 2011 3:43 pm

Thanks for great help... :D

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