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    Member {sniper}'s Avatar
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    looking for a user name & pw script for a different site I'm making. Do I need to set up a data base to do this to. I have a cgi-bin but host dosent support MySQL or anything.
    any help is always greatly appreciated
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    Senior Member energizze's Avatar
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    what kind of password script?


    something to protect a directory like a .htacces file.
    or something that has different screens for different users?

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    I basicly look for one that will just keep gerneral people out of a give set of pages, this way I have info for member on the same site as the general bla bla stuff.

    Sorry I am very ignorat about this, I just heard that I can get a script to do it.

    sorry about my igorance in this matter agian

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    any help is always greatly appreciated
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    If the files that need to be protected are in one directory, you can use apache's .htaccess file to password protect it.

    For the time being you can try the tutorial at http://www.theriver.com/trwrc/htaccess.html

    The usual one I recommend seems to be down @ http://faq.clever.net/htaccess.htm

    Also if your webhost provides a control panel, like CPanel, Ensim, there should be an option to protect the directories using .htaccess. That will save you the agony of manual setup.

    If the files are not in one directory, then most likely you will need a custom php/perl script to control access to it.
    There and Back Again :Ogre:

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    Member {sniper}'s Avatar
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    thank you I will just put the then in their own dir


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    any help is always greatly appreciated
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