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how to set a http password

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how to set a http password
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Ashish Patel earned 500 total points
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http password? means what? Try explaining a bit more whenever you ask queries, that will help us all to understand your needs. Here we all can just keep ourself guessing things.
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Usually it's set inside a .htaccess file. Do a quick google on htaccess and you should find more than a few good guides on setting this up.
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