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Secure Jquery Ajax Request

Posted on : 25-06-2009 | By : Lee | In : Codeigniter, General, Jquery, PHP, Screencasts


As we have seen in our previous Ajax requests we can grab data from different sources to output the the page. But what happens if the client has logged timmed out ? Trying to send the client to a login page can be a little more tricky than it sounds.

In this screencast I will show you a quick way to listen for unauthorized access and send the client to a login page.

Hello world!

Posted on : 29-05-2009 | By : Lee | In : General


Well I guess this is welcome to Web Lee.

Over the next coming months I will do my best to post articles around my experience.