Passwords?

I need to put a section on my website, that only associates can access. I know a simple method of passwording it, although it’s hopeless, because you will see it in the actual source code, hence that’s pretty pointless.

Does anyone know of a better way to do this

If your host supports. htaccess information (free hosts may well not), then look at this out: http: //faq. smart. net/htaccess. htm

it won’t let me do that, it’s as being a pain in the actual rear

Carry out they support PHP, ASP, Perl, and so on. or just bare HTML If it is the latter then you’re basically screwed. Java applets aren’t a solution because they could be decompiled.

We are using geocities, angelfire and also bravenet. WE’ve tried liquid 2K, but it is best to down. Vic’s hoping to put together an ftp server i a number of months, but most people need something to be able to tide us more than

http: //www. internations. net/

Thanks Arien!!! *hugs* ((Can we’ve found the hug smilies back again please)

Do they assist you to cross link That’s our problem, Vic made tons of backgrounds, but imagestation resizes and then, and no some let her c/l

That’s the sole major problem using Internations

You might be able to get some nice member with a permanent connection plus a webserver that is willing to host it available for you. I would but I don’t

Yeah

*BRIANWAVE*

I know wht we can perform with them for now, thanks anyway males.

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