Http authentication is probly not what you would want to use. Especially
if you want to program in timeouts, you would be better off using session
based login variables. Cookies are even better with an encrypted pasword
that has a windows of time that you have to goto other pages to renew.
Why HTTP auth?
Is it mandatory?
I know this hasnt been any help, sorry!
"Davy Obdam" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Hi People,.
> I have a problem with HTTP-Authentication, i have 2 users in my
> database, and i want both to be able to login. However it works, but
> only the first user is able to login. I Use a MySQL 3.23.xx database,
> PHP 4.2.3 and Apache 2.0.40. Can anyone help me with this, any help
> would be greatly apreciated. Thanks already;-)Maybe some examples?? ;-)
> Best regards,
> Davy Obdam,
> mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
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