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Does anyone currently run a site that makes a user log in before seeing any content? I dont want any users to be able to see any information unless they have logged in. Is this possible?

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    Thanks, I look forward to this module

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    would have thought you both would have that kind of access m8 certainly would make life easier for you both and everyone else especially when you got impatient members like me who cant wait to get there hands on some of these goodies you guys are bringing out ;)

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    404 on the link chuckroast m8

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    The link will be functional soon. The module is there but Yankidank needs to activate the url and he's been gone on vacation. This is one of the pitfalls of him setting it up so only he has the access and authority to activate any new downloads.

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    There is a module called Private Site that does exactly what you are requesting. It can be found here.

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