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noobtech

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I have a website: www.atlcomputers.com and i have a password protected site as well: http://www.atlcomput...artsLogin-0.htm i was wondering how can i hide the password thats being typed. I wasnt them to start typing and have nothing but ***** in the field. does anyone know how i can do this?
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in the password bit of the form, you just need to add within the tags, INPUT type="password"

so it'll look like this

<INPUT type="password" INPUT size=24 name=password>

and just a side note, javascript is not java. they're 2 very different languages. Java is object orientated, javascript is not.
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Thanks a lot. I couldnt find it anywhere on the internet they were all new password protection codes.
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