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VQuaresma

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Hi, friends. Your help is very important to me. I have my web pages in a protected folder in my server. When someone tries to open any page in that folder an authomatic pop-up form opens to validate the member's login and password. So far so good. This was expected. But how can I have my own login form? I mean, I already have my login form and my member's logins and passwords in a .htpasswd file in a folder outside public_html folder. My problem is how to make my login form work! Thank you for your help.
 
Two questions that have me worried.
Why have the passwords in a file and not encoded and saved in a database?
And Why a separate login? Your answers should tell the page who you are.
Or when PHP/JS recognizes you it could send you a second validation form.
 
Hi, friends. Your help is very important to me. I have my web pages in a protected folder in my server. When someone tries to open any page in that folder an authomatic pop-up form opens to validate the member's login and password. So far so good. This was expected. But how can I have my own login form? I mean, I already have my login form and my member's logins and passwords in a .htpasswd file in a folder outside public_html folder. My problem is how to make my login form work! Thank you for your help.
Hi there,

Uhm...you might want to rethink your approach now lol. This is why you don't mention specific file locations. As @OldMan mentioned, is there a particular reason you didn't implement a database for that information?
 

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