OneTimeOnlyCode by benbyf

OneTimeOnlyCode creates one time only codes that can be used to access specific content

OneTimeOnlyCode

Module for Processwire CMS - OneTimeOnlyCode creates one time only codes that can be used to access specific content. Module by Ben Byford licensed under GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE.

Installation


PW module installation: https://processwire.com/docs/modules/intro/

Usage


Get module

$otoc = $this->modules->get("OneTimeOnlyCode");

Create codes with the url to check

returns an array of codes to then distribute

$otocCodes = $otoc->createCodes($page->url, $count);

Check a code against a url

returns a bool if code found and urls match

$check = $otoc->checkCode($code, $page->url);

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