2014-04-05 19:21
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在Laravel 4.1中使用cookie重定向

I am trying to drop a cookie for a specific view, so that a user can only visit that page once. However, what I have now is not redirecting the user away from the view on repeated viewings like I want. Here is what I have:

public function getWelcome() {
            // Drop cookies and check for it...

            $cookie =  Cookie::get('cs_welcome');

            if(isset($cookie) && $cookie == 1) {
                return Redirect::to('/fans/'.Auth::user()->url_tag);
            else {
                $cookie = Cookie::forever('cs_welcome', 1);

            return View::make('fans.welcome');

Basically I want them to only see the fans.welcome view once. If it is a repeated visit, I want them to go to /fans/Auth::user()->url_tag. Is there something I'm missing here? Thank you for your help.

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  • dongwen4630 2014-04-05 19:34

    IMO I believe that with that approach a user can wipe their navigation cookies and then when they go into their account they we'll se the welcome page again.

    To have a real persistence that the user saw the welcome screen I recommend that you save that information in your database and relate that to the user.

    Let's say $user->sawWelcomePage = true

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  • douguabu8960 2014-04-06 03:28

    You should use something like this:

    1. Register the user
    2. Login the user automatically after creating the account
    3. After login redirect to welcome page

    Also, if you don't want to log in a user automatically you may skip it.

    In both cases, keep a flag, any field in users table, for example: verified and by default keep it NULL once the use logs in then update the field with 1 or any truthy value so you may check if that field is NULL then the user should be in the welcome page otherwise don't let the user go to that page.

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