That is how the .htaccess is supposed to function, in that it does not
require the person to login mutliple times.
I would think that what you want to implement will be hated by your client.
Valleybiz Internet Design
Team Macromedia Volunteer for Ultradev/Dreamweaver MX
"Elio Gizzi" <valelioix.netcom.com> wrote in message
> I've got a directory that is password protected (hosted on XO comm site,
> where they use an .htaccess file).
> When I navigate out of the directory, and then back into it, I don't havepassword> re-enter my password. I would like to force the user to reenter thedirectory,> every time they try to enter the directory . Once they're in theequation.> then they should not have to re-enter the password as long as they don't
> leave the directory and re-enter it.
> Also, if idle for a while (let's say 10 minutes), is there a way to
> automatically reload the page and ask for a password? is this done simply
> with a meta refresh tag?
> The pages are .shtml pages, but I don't think that enters into the>