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Re: avoid visitors viewing inside pages

From: Mukul Gandhi <mgandhi@mtcindia.com>
Date: Tue, 29 Jun 1999 16:49:33 -0400
Message-Id: <3.0.6.32.19990629164933.0097d300@192.50.200.71>
To: Aditya Hermawan <aditya@sby.globalinfo.net>, W3HTML <www-html@w3.org>
Hi,
How about having a Java Applet to accept the password for authentication ?
Password could be hardcoded in the applet, and the following check could be
applied -
"If input password matches the hardcoded password open the next page else
show an error message". This method will gracefully avoid cgi, asp, or
JavaScript.
--Mukul Gandhi

At 06:58 PM 6/29/99 +0700, Aditya Hermawan wrote:
>Hello all!
> 
>Is there a way to avoid visitors from accessing our site pages without
>first viewing the 'index.html' page or filling out a password, but we
>don't have an access to .htaccess file and don't have a cgi access?
> 
>Thanks before!
>--
> 
>[ Aditya Hermawan ]
Received on Tuesday, 29 June 1999 07:23:25 GMT

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