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Create additional pages within customer account area
 
stp2002
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I would like to be able to create additional pages within cutomer account area.  These pages would be informational and only information that I want a registered customer to be able to access once they are logged in.  Where to do I begin.

 
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hez
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In the Admin panel go to CMS/Manage Pages. 
Create the custom pages here.

Note that the URL identifier you put here is how you reference the page.  So if you put in customer-service you would get to the page http://www.yoursite.com/customer-service (assuming you have magento installed in your root directory - if it’s in the /magento directory it would be http://www.yoursite.com/magento/customer-service)

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stp2002
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I’ve got the creation of pages down, but my main goal here is to have a page that is password protected and viewable to customers when they are logged in.  Any thoughts

 
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hez
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Sorry about that - I really shouldn’t try to answer posts when I haven’t slept smile

Note to self: read posts carefully before replying.

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