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  • password please

    What's the simplest way to set up a password system so people have to log in to see your website?

  • #2
    Password Protection

    I've built my own membership system from scratch. If you're not a programmer, though, you could try CoffeeCup's Password Wizard:

    I haven't tried it myself.



    • #3
      Here is the publisher description for CoffeeCup:

      CoffeeCup Password Wizard allows you to create usernames and passwords to protect your Web site with Flash. It works in multiple framesets, provides redirection for incorrect logins, allows you to preview as you work, and allows you to customize size and colors to match your Webpages.

      Some Features of CoffeeCup Password Wizard

      * Easily import all your usernames and passwords from an existing comma delimited text file.
      * Protect your Web Site with Flash!
      * Create Usernames and Password in seconds
      * Easily works in multiple framesets
      * Create millions of username and password combinations using letters, numbers, periods and the symbol.
      * Add and Modify Users quickly and easily
      * Redirection for Incorrect Logins
      * Preview as you work
      * Customize Size and Colors to match your Web Pages