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Hi Is it possible to have one page on a site that requires a password to look at it? Simply I have a client who wants a page with dealer offers so it doesn't matter if all dealers have the same password Thanks ian...

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    Default passwords-silly question??????

    Hi

    Is it possible to have one page on a site that requires a password to look
    at it?

    Simply I have a client who wants a page with dealer offers so it doesn't
    matter if all dealers have the same password

    Thanks

    ian


    Ian Guest

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    > Is it possible to have one page on a site that requires a password to look 

    Yes.




    darrel Guest

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    ok, i wasn't explicit

    how would seem a good word?

    Ian
    "darrel" <state.mn.us> wrote in message
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    look 
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    > Yes.
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    Ian Guest

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    One better, here is a link directly to the password tutorial
    http://www.mickweb.com/javascript/tutorials/password/password.html

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    Regards,

    Kim
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    KimMazz Guest

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    http://www.mickweb.com/javascript/tutorials/password/

    Mick

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    mick_white Guest

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    Thanks Mick and all, didn't think of Javascript and the help files went on
    about creating a database, I'm not that good yet

    cheers

    Ian
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    Ian Guest

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    Yes but can you access the page?
    Did you try?
    Mick


    darrel wrote:
     
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    > No, it's not, but when a password is required to get in (your example
    > doesn't require that) it is less obvious that perhaps one SHOULDN'T give out
    > the URL.
    >
    > Plus you have the old search engine robot problem where it can find the page
    > and index/cache it for you.
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    > -Darrel[/ref]

    mick_white Guest

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