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amunra

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I am trying to setup a web that needs username and password sercurity. I am using frontpage 2000. I have looked in the help and it tells me to go to tools-sercurity-permisions. I can not click on sercurity. Any help?

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You have a couple of options. One, my choise, ditch Frontpage and get a premade CMS like PostNuke. Two, you can use Apache's .htaccess system to protect it. Three, you can tell the server(from your hosting control panel like Cpanel) to protect that directory. Four, you can find a free Domain host like dot.tk and have them protect it. Five, troubleshoot with Microsoft why you can select that.

I'm not familiar with Frontpage. I don't mean to offend you by this, but frontpage is kinda a joke. Its formatting is atrocious. Its scripting system works as well as a Focus(trust me, this is NOT a good thing). Plus the sites it makes just aren't that good. I won't argue with you if you want to continue with Frontpage, but Macromedia's Dreamweaver use W3C valid coding, has PHP, ASP, ASP.Net, Coldfusion, and JSP plugins, and has an easier to use interface.
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