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    StevenJohns
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    Fluvio,

    Have you considered installing Sqiud and Squidguard into zeroshell??

    or any other web content filter?

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    imported_fulvio
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    Yes, have as soon as possible.

    Fulvio

    #45531

    webwarrior
    Member

    Hi,

    I am building a free internet service, but I require that users register for it themselves, and then after they have logged in, I want to redirect them to the community website once, so that it will be there home page.

    The reason for this, is that I have all the supporters advertising on the website, and they are paying for the internet backbone.

    This is very important for community projects, that provide free internet access.

    Is this a simple thing to achieve? Can I hard code an override that will not take them back to their homepage, but mine? Which script redirects them to their homepage?

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