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  Advanced Option: Generate a stand-alone login file for each locked HTML file.

Normally, HTML Password Lock works fine with any HTML pages and web browsers. However, if there are FrontPage extension based submit forms, JavaScript based web menus or other JavaScript based elements, the password protection may not work very well.

In version 4.8, HTML Password Lock added a new option, "Generate a standalone login file for each locked HTML file" in Step 3, Advanced Options dialog. Using this option, these webpages can be password protected with HTML Password Lock.

How does this option work?

1. Launch the software, in Step 1, select your HTML file(s), in Step 2, define usernames and passwords.

2. In Step 3, click Advanced Options button, in the Advanced Options dialog, choose the option Generate a standalone login file for each locked HTML file.

3. Navigate to last step, click on the Lock button.

4. Now, your HTML file will be locked. Suppose your HTML file is member.html, the software will generate three files:

member.html : This is a stand-alone login page. You can open this file to access the login box and test the password protection.

member_lockcontent_******.html : This is the HTML file with real content. The visitor will be redirected to this page after logging in at the page member.html.

The ****** is a random number added to the filename. It will change each time you lock the page.

You need to upload both the member.html and member_lockcontent_******.html pages to the SAME folder on your web server.

member.html.PreLock : This is the backup copy of your original file. Do not upload this file to your web server. However, please do not delete it. You might need it later.


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