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millylou       cscott_cindy@yahoo.com 9-17-2005 5:39 PM
Hi. I'm fairly new to this so forgive me if this subject has been brought up before. I have most of my pages built but one thing I do want to add is a password coded title page. In other words, people will see the front page but to go any further they will need to enter a password that I will give out on request to a potential customer. Has anyone ever done something like this before? Is it even possible with this program?
Thanks so much.
Keith       ken@waycooltechnical.com 9-19-2005 10:51 PM
I don't think you can with individual pages but you can password protect a directory and therefore anything inside it.

Go into File Manager and click on the open lock icon next to the directory you want protected. Then click on Users from the menu and add a user name and password. Once that's done click on view and click on the directory you want to grant that user access to and Update.
Joseph       suppor@eznettools.com 9-20-2005 08:33 AM
Yes, you can protect your pages through user ID and passwords. In EZ-FileManager, you can create users with passwords and then lock folders so that only those who know the user ID and passwords can see the pages (or graphics) in that folder. There is a course in EZ-Net University (www.eznetu.com) explaining how to do this.
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