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Arrow Aircraft 4: Restricting access to the site

This article describes how to use Dreamweaver UltraDev to restrict access to the Arrow Aircraft Web site to authenticated users. Arrow Aircraft is a fictional company that manages a small fleet of business jets. The article is the fourth in a series.

Visit the Building Common Applications page to see the other articles in the series.

Here are the topics covered in the article:

Project background
Studying Arrow Aircraft's security requirements
Storing the user names and passwords
Building the log-in page
Authenticating the user
Restricting access to authenticated users


Charles Nadeau

Charles Nadeau is a lead technical writer on the Dreamweaver documentation team.


7 May 2001

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