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Is there a way to make the passwort within the upload window readable?


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Try looking in your keychain. Applications / Utilities / Keychain Access. I’m not sure if that’s where Freeway stores these, but it’s worth a try. Otherwise, I am afraid that the answer is going to be no. I’m not the last authority on this, ask support(a)softpress.com to be absolutely sure.

Walter

On Nov 28, 2012, at 12:00 PM, TomP wrote:

Is there a way to make the passwort within the upload window readable?


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Do you have a page with your upload window on? I don’t understand what you are trying to do here?

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On 28 Nov 2012, at 17:12, Sebastian Crewe-Turrell email@hidden wrote:

Do you have a page with your upload window on? I don’t understand what you are trying to do here?

It’s the Password field in the Upload dialog in Freeway. I’m afraid this is always hidden and isn’t stored in the Keychain. If you’ve forgotten the password you’ll need to contact your web host.

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Is there a action or way on freeway pro 5.5 to set up a page or pages that are password protected


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Sure. There’s an Action called Password Protected URL: http://actionsforge.com/projects/view/45-password-protected-url This is very basic security through obscurity – not very secure at all.

Another way to handle this is using your hosting provider’s control panel to set up a secure realm or “htaccess” security. This is actually quite secure, although it is not very pretty looking (the browser puts up its own security dialog for username and password, rather than this being a nice page that you design).

Walter

On Nov 28, 2012, at 4:39 PM, wjamer wrote:

Is there a action or way on freeway pro 5.5 to set up a page or pages that are password protected


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Is there a action or way on freeway pro 5.5 to set up a page or pages that are password protected

This is easiest done on the server by using a feature - offered by most Hosting services in their cPanel - called Password Protect Directories.

Within that feature you can set up user/password combos for folders. This means that to access any file/page within that folder a user/pass will be required.

There is an action but it is not at all secure and really relies on obfuscation rather than real security. http://www.actionsforge.com/actions/view/67-password-protected-url

There is also PHP -PageProtect http://www.actionsforge.com/actions/view/255-php-pageprotect - haven’t used it but might be worth a go. No idea of how secure it is.

David


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