if(!isset($PHP_AUTH_USER) || (isset($logout))) {
    header("WWW-Authenticate: Basic realm=\"Your Realm\"");
    header("HTTP/1.0 401 Unauthorized");
    echo "Your custom 401 message here\n";
  } else {
    echo "<p>Hello $PHP_AUTH_USER.</p>";
    echo "<p>Your password is $PHP_AUTH_PW.</p>";
    echo "<form><input type=submit name=logout value=Logout></form>";

Ray Todd Stevens wrote:
> I am working on a web site that is using php controled www-
> authenticate authentication.  User ids are specific to users and
> different pages and different levels of information for a given page
> will be displayed based on the user id used.  The problem is how do
> you log out without having to quit all browser sessions.  Anyone
> doing this?  Care to share code that makes it work?
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