Without .htaccess you have two options:

1. Does your host offer a control panel? Mine has one where I can add
password protection to any directory I wish - worth checking out.
2. require() a php file at the top of every page in that directory that does

if (user is allowed here) {
  display page
} else {
  sod off


-----Original Message-----
From: Wilbert Enserink [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: 06 September 2001 16:40
Subject: [PHP] browsing permission

Hi all,

anybody knows a way to protect a directory on my webserver from browsing via
a webbrowser.
browsing is only permitted after users have logged in via a form on the
website (so, I'm not able to use htaccess).



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