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Is it possible to create your own websites, that you need a password to view?
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Yes.

Create a password protected website to share your secure content.
How to create a password-protected Web page by using FrontPage 2003, Active Server Pages, and an Access database
CoffeeCup Password Wizard 5.0
Free PHP Scripts :: Web Page Password Protect
HTML Password Lock
WWW FAQs: How do I password-protect my web pages?
Ultra - Strong HTML Password Protection

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Thank you.
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You're very welcome.
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So how would I go about setting one up making the site and inserting the code to get the password protect to work? ima noob
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Do you have a hosting site that allows scripting languages like PHP and has databases? Most of these are paid hosting, but there are actually a few free hosting sites that offer these packages. Otherwise, you can play with setting up a site at http://www.bravenet.com/webhosting/ and use their Web Tools and Widgets. They offer a password protected code for use on your pages. An alternative is to set up your own forum site where all the modules are in place. phpBB is good or the free InvisionFree site.

Edited by Major Payne, 14 October 2008 - 01:57 PM.

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