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hey i'm making a site and i want ot keep it private. so, how do you add a password to a site?
anyone know? :blink:

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Hey there voa. Funny enough I was bussy trying to make my page password protect today.

I have a bit of .HTML code but, it is not that secure and can be cracked in a couple of minuits. So I looked around and found a program you can do this, its called "HtmlProtector".

http://www.snapfiles...lprotector.html

I just provided the link, if you need more information on how to add a password let me know.

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ok.. so if i download this and put it on people will not be able to visit my website without typing in a password?

Edited by voa, 24 June 2006 - 12:52 PM.

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That is correct, only people with password access will be allowed to view the page, the program is very secure and usefull, it has other options too, like right-click disabling, ect...

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cool thanks a lot. so i download it... then what do i do with it to add it to my site?
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Ok, once you have installed it, open it up.

> Click on the "Input" tab
> Select "Protect all files in folder"
> "Browse" and select the folder with your web page in it.
> Goto "Encryption" tab
> Under "Encryption mode", select "Protect Entire Page"
> Select "Encryption Scheme II" under "Encryption Scheme"
> Goto "Password" tab
> Add the type of password and options you would like.
> Then click "Protect"

Your webpage should now be password protected, now all you have to do is upload it to your web server.

If you experince any problems or need any more help let me know.

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ok thanks a lot :whistling:
ill do that and get back to you when i do a test run of the site.

thanks again :blink:

Edited by voa, 24 June 2006 - 01:23 PM.

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Also play around with the other options, there are a few groovy ones.

Always glad to help...

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ok cool. before i download it... how big is the file?
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Its really small, 1.1mb. Small but big preformance.

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ok great thanks. ill download it in the morning
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