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By: Ashton Sanders

Dreamweaver 8 Deleting Usernames and Passwords

Jun 18 2008

Filed under: Dreamweaver

I had a problem a long time ago, and again recently, and figured I’m not the only one to have this problem:

Every time I close and open my Dreamweaver 8 (weather I restarted my computer in between or not) I would not be able to connect to the website I had been using last. The username and password for that website was gone. I would have to manage that site in Dreamweaver, and add in the username and password again.

The guys over at Phoenix Development wrote a great blog post with a link to the Dreamweaver 8 update you need to install to get it to work.

Apparently the bug is created when you have Internet Explorer 7.0 and Dreamweaver 8 on the same machine. I have no idea why this would delete your usernames and passwords, but it does.

Enjoy,
Ashton Sanders

By: Ashton Sanders

Securing a Folder

Oct 10 2007

Filed under: htaccess

Making a folder secure on your website may seem like a difficult job. Thanks to Phoenix Development, there is a step by step process that will teach you how to make any folder secure.

I found this great blog post about Adding Password Protection to your Website that is very easy to understand, and will help you to easily use .htaccess to secure a folder on your website.

-Keep it secure,
-Ashton Sanders

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