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Old 10-07-2011, 12:03 PM   #1
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Hey there all, sorry its been some time since I have been on.
I am working on a site for the fire dept, I am using iwebs (the newest one).

I am looking to lock 2 pages with a password, this password will be shared with the general membership. Does anyone know of any trick on iWebs or any codes to try?
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I don't know any tricks with iwebs but it can most certainly be done using some code....

There are a few different languages this can be done in but I think the best would probably be php.

Here is a basic tutorial if your interested: How to Create a Basic Login Script in PHP - wikiHow

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Hay friend,

Quote from How to Password-Protect Web Pages
First, create a text file and name it .htpasswd. Enter the usernames and passwords, each on a separate line

The next step is to create a .htaccess file in the directory you want to protect. If you already have one, add the following text to it. Otherwise, create a new file and enter this text:
  • AuthName "Name of Protected Area"
  • AuthType Basic
  • AuthUserFile /full/path/to/.htpasswd
  • Require valid-user
The Two think should need for protect that That is Authname and Autheruserfile
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