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From Joseph A Nagy Jr <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] htpasswd and Multple sub-directories
Date Wed, 20 Nov 2002 03:01:45 GMT
Chris Meadors wrote:
> Joseph A Nagy Jr wrote:
> Why don't you make it so that all the protected directories have a 
> common parent directory?  Then you can put an .htaccess (that controls 
> the access to the directory, .htpasswd is just a common name for the 
> file that contains the usernames/passwords) in that one directory.  Try, 
> protected, members, registered, something to that effect as your parent 
> directory.

*L* Good question. This site is a replica of another one of my websites, and when I transferred
over, I kept the directory structure intact, although I could make one .htaccess and cp it
into the 
appropriate directories.

I really have limited exp using .htaccess files, so I wouldn't know how to word it (yes, I'm
for at least help in setting up the answer), I would appreciate any help.

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