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Password protecting web pages

Is it possible on Plus Net webspace to password protect a subset of your web pages? The idea is to have some public pages and some open to invited guests. If so, how is this done? I have CGI & FrontPage extensions enabled; is this a route?
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RE: Password protecting web pages

> Is it possible on Plus Net webspace to password protect a subset of your web pages?

See the FAQ page (scroll down about a third of the page to 'How do I password protect folders in my webspace ?'.) It's easier than it sounds!

Paul Brooks
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RE: Password protecting web pages

> > Is it possible on Plus Net webspace to password protect a subset of your web pages?
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> See the FAQ page (scroll down about a third of the page to 'How do I password protect folders in my webspace ?'.) It's easier than it sounds!
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> Paul Brooks

You're right - if you follow the instructions it just works! Does the password control subdirectories as well? Or only pages in that directory?
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RE: Password protecting web pages

> You're right - if you follow the instructions it just works! Does the password control subdirectories as well? Or only pages in that directory?

Good Evening,

It controls access to any subdirectories of the directory you have passworded.

Let me know if I can help further.

Kind Regards

Duncan
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