Difference between revisions of "How does the Password Protect service work?"


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You must place the Login Form code on the page you want people to log in from, and add the Security Code inside the header of all the pages you want to protect.
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You must place the Login Form code on the page you want people to log in from, and add the Security Code inside the header of all the pages you want to protect.<br />
 
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A visitor will complete the online form and click on the "Login" button.  The visitor is then shown the webpage that you selected to be viewed with that login.
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A visitor will complete the online form and click on the "Login" button.  The visitor is then shown the webpage that you selected to be viewed with that login.<br />
 
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The Password Protection system allows you to assign a username and password to pages, not people.
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The Password Protection system allows you to assign a username and password to pages, not people.<br />
 
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Latest revision as of 12:19, 1 December 2009

You must place the Login Form code on the page you want people to log in from, and add the Security Code inside the header of all the pages you want to protect.

A visitor will complete the online form and click on the "Login" button. The visitor is then shown the webpage that you selected to be viewed with that login.

The Password Protection system allows you to assign a username and password to pages, not people.