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My vote would be for .htaccess too. I use it to protect /administrator. I'm wondering though, with turning on SEO, can that still be used if there is no real directory to put the .htaccess in? For example, you create a Joomla Article with an alias of foobaz. So that the URL of domain.com/foobaz finds the Article. But since there is no actual directory called foobaz, mot sure if .htaccess would be helpful in this regard. Or am I overlooking something?
Maybe something with ACL could be done for a specific page or two? So that only registered users can access it? But doing that might be too high of a bar for some users for Kenny's purposes?
On Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 11:08 PM, Scott Wolpow <scott@...> wrote:
.htaccess is a great way
On 7/27/2012 9:53 AM, Kenny Berwager wrote:
What is the best way to password protect specific pages in Joomla 2.5.6 without using the default Registration system within Joomla?
Since I really don't need to collect user data I'm fine with not using the Registration system of Joomla.