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Using An Apache Embedded Login?

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Hi, I was wondering, is it possible to use an Apache embedded login
instead of the popup dialog when using an .htaccess file?
BTW, I will be using PHP and plan to use mod_auth_db{m}. If anyone has
any ideas as to how to use embedded login with Apache HTTP Server,
please post to the group.

Thanks in advance,

-Conrad

Jul 17 '05 #1
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*** co******@runbox.com escribió/wrote (14 Jan 2005 17:17:45 -0800):
Hi, I was wondering, is it possible to use an Apache embedded login
instead of the popup dialog when using an .htaccess file?
BTW, I will be using PHP and plan to use mod_auth_db{m}. If anyone has
any ideas as to how to use embedded login with Apache HTTP Server,
please post to the group.


I can't understand what "embedded login" means. But if you are using HTTP
authentication, your browser won't send other credentials than those got
through its built-in dialog.
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