Browser Error

For this software to function correctly your system should include a 5th Generation browser with JavaScript enabled. Mozilla Firefox from version 1.0 or Microsoft Internet Explorer from version 5.5 (Windows 98) are recommended. Netscape Navigator from version 7.0 is also supported.

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Input Variables

Password Memory?
Use Cookies?    Use GET?    Use Sessions?
Select any combination of methods for password memory.

Cookie Days?
The number of days a password remembered as a Cookie will remain valid. If left empty the Cookie will expire at the end of the session. It is only applicable if Use Cookies is selected.

Password Generation?
Letters Upper Case?    Letters Lower Case?    Numbers?    Exclude?    Length?
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Generate a Password and set it as the Use Password variable.

Use Password?
This is the password required for page access. In most cases a Use Password should be provided. If left empty users can set their own password.

Password Days?
The number of days a User Set password will remain valid. In most cases it should be left empty. It is only applicable if Use Password is left empty.

Style Sheet?
Style Sheet url to be applied to the Password page. If left empty default styles will be used.

Once variables have been set ?


Code

Generated Code?

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Simply copy and paste the code in this text area to the top of your web page code. Do this by opening your web page using a text editor. Alternatively copy the code in this text area to a text editor, save it as a file with the php extension ie password.php, upload the saved file to your server and then using a text editor add a php include to the top of web pages you want to password protect. A php include is <?php include("password.php") ?> where password.php is the name of the file that the password protection code was saved as.