I just got done reading the online docs concerning http authentication
and tried out a script that appears on the page. Apparently it is easy
enough to protect any page with http authentication after you have already
forced someone to enter a username and password on a regular .htaccess
prompting under Apache.

 What I need to try to accomplish is checking a username and password
against a MySQL database and redirect to a different directory upon
success. The directory would be protected via a .htaccess file. Is there a
way to pass through a .htaccess file if they have already passed a
previous authentication scheme as above?



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