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Re: [NH] Assigning password

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  • Lee Underwood
    This can t be done in that manner. You ll need to use the .htaccess file, if you re using Apache. Lee On 8/22/2006 09:32 PM, warrenguy2005 wrote: ...
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      This can't be done in that manner. You'll need to use the .htaccess
      file, if you're using Apache.

      Lee


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      >I am having trouble trying to figure out how to put passwords on some
      >of my webpages so only certain people can view them. If this isn't
      >covered under the html coding then where can I find the answer to this?
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    • loro
      ... The server manual. It depends on the type of server you are on and what you have access to. As others already have said, you can provide a facade of
      Message 2 of 5 , Sep 2, 2006
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        warrenguy2005 wrote:
        >I am having trouble trying to figure out how to put passwords on some
        >of my webpages so only certain people can view them. If this isn't
        >covered under the html coding then where can I find the answer to this?

        The server manual. It depends on the type of server you are on and what you
        have access to. As others already have said, you can provide a facade of
        security with JavaScript but it won't fool anyone who really wants in. If
        you are on an Apache server google ".htaccess password" or "Apache basic
        authentication". Add "tutorial" to the mix if you want a step by step guide.

        Lotta
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