STEPS SO FAR
1. Ive included the maxProtector.class.php file, and style folder in the same folder as my HTML files for my site.
2. I have added the following line to my HTML files: <?php require_once("maxProtector.class.php"); ?>
3. I have confirmed php is enabled by my hosting site by accessing www.mysite.net/html/maxProtector.class.php via my browser and seeing the same screenshot as on the product page above AND by creating and viewing a hello world echo script.
I now expect entry to my pages at www.mysite.net to require a password, but they dont.
What am I doing wrong?
I've renamed the php file to .txt for upload and attached it.
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