Hi, actually it is located at a secret URL , just using .htaccess for added
protection. Turns out the example I gave does indeed work but unlike in
Unix, the password cannot have a ? in it since it is being passed in the

"Miguel Cruz" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> On Sat, 6 Apr 2002, Dalton Hunter wrote:
> > Hi, does fopen() support the opening and reading of remote files in
> > directories protected with .htaccess files like ...
> >
> > fopen("http://user:[EMAIL PROTECTED]/directory/file.php","r";);
> >
> > If not, is there an alternative way to do this? Thanks!
> If you're only going to be reading it from inside your PHP program, why
> not just put the target resource at a secret URL rather than behind
> .htaccess password protection? That's pretty much equivalent to a
> password.
> miguel

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