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Published: Sunday, August 08, 1999

Password Protecting Your Site

By Rob Taylor

Logging On Password File Invalid File Monitoring the Visit

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<!--#include file = "enter.asp"-->
Response.write ("<CENTER>" & "You have entered an invalid email address or password. Please try again" & "</CENTER>")

All this code does is include the Response.write statement on the enter.asp file. The user is told his password/address is incorrect and he must try to log in again.

You can view the contents of the invalid.asp file

If the user did not go here, then he was let in and we now can easily monitor his visit

Logging On Password File Invalid File Monitoring the Visit

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