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 Is there a site that I can download a template of a script to password protect portions of my website.  
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julio011597 earned 40 total points
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Usually password proctection of a site (or part of it) is accomplished through web server configuration.
You need your ISP support to go with it.

Unless you want to go with a CGI which checks each request for access rights; but it will be hard to find any resources on this, since (AFAIK) this is a very uncommon way.

Feel free to reject my answer if you were aware of what i'm saying, still need a script to handle access rights.

Cheers, julio
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If your ISP uses unix he probaly uses NCSA's Web server program, so check this link to take a look at waht your gettting into.http://hoohoo.ncsa.uiuc.edu/docs/setup/access/Overview.html
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