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Re: Dreamweaver password protect file
Max

    That's something done with the webhost. You can search
    Google for .htaccess ... or contact your webhost to find
    out how to password protect a directory.There are some other methods, such as using PHP to create a
    user log-in. Your webhost needs to allow PHP scripting, and
    you can't test it with Dreamweaver.


    On 10/24/06, Stephanie wrote:
    > Is there any way to password protect a file in dreamweaver
    > so when you publish the file online, you can enter the
    > password and see the webpage? Thanks!