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Hi Guys.

I hope you can help me. I am wanting to do a members area for my fitness website where members are able to login with a user and password i have given them to access many different files such as .pdf's which they can download. I have dreamweaver 8 and i am really stuck on this one as im not good at all with scripting.

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To do a log in area you will have build the page then setup hidden folders on your server with which they can only gain access to by logging in. I believe this called ".htaaccess". This is all i know, maybe google it. After setting up the log-in I suspect that the rest is done just like a normal site but with the .html files located in the hidden folder.
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