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Password protecting web pages
« on: Sep 1st, 2006, 7:43am »
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I am new to creating a website and I am considering buying EWE to do it.  But I need to password protect pages.  Does EWE offer that capability?  Or is it easy to use 3rd party password protection software to do it?  (Does EWE finally produce and publish HTML pages?  That is what the 3rd party software protects.)
 
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Re: Password protecting web pages
« Reply #1 on: Sep 2nd, 2006, 6:35am »
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Hi! The password protection for web pages is a server side feature - nothing to do with the editor you choose.
99% of the servers provide this feature within the server's Control Panel.
Very often you can protect a whole folder, instead of a single page - but it is quite easy to do so.
 
Some editor tool offers a weak protection that can disabled if the end user disables Javascript or with other simple ways - do not use it. Check with your host and use the server password protection that is nowadays available almost on any server: this way if you don't know the password the server does not send the page. With other techniques, the server sends and the browser (may) block it. But it arrives on the end user PC so...
 
 
As for the rest, we prefer to see EWE as a tool for creating web sites, rather than a tool for creating HTML pages. Ok, a Web site, on the net, is technically a set of HTML files, but it is frankly better to be able to ignore this, to avoid messing with files, and to operate on a website as a single entity.
 
EWE permits this.
 
When you use the "Publish" to Web feature, then it upload your work as HTML files, of course. There is an internal optimizer that is able to upload only the new and modified pages. It cares about file names, avoid broken links, in other words EWE does all the boring file management tasks, while you are free to concentrate on the content of your Web site.
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Re: Password protecting web pages
« Reply #2 on: Mar 27th, 2011, 10:46am »
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by the way it is not possible to protect web pages in a secure way.
 
if you have something that you want to publish and protect, the perfect solution is the (protected) ebook. We have a software for this, and actually it is the most powerful and comprehensive ebook software on the market: www.ebookswriter.com
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