Frequently Asked Questions v2
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If you realy think you need a logout, you have to create a
and Logout page under the restricted area of your website. I've set up a little
example here http://marek.greennet.org.uk/protect/
jason:jason and you get in. Than you can click on logout ant it will
take you to the logout page. The trick is that the page is under the same realm,
so in fact you relogin as user "logout" with password "logout"
The .htaccess file for the /protect/logout area looks like this
AuthName "Authenticate yourself"
Require user logout
/home/httpd/htdocs/marek.gn.apc.org/protect/logout/.htpw contains only
user logout (the file was created using htpasswd), and only this user is allowed
Programmer's Notes: For some browsers this does not work - This is a work around and should be revisited. There are some plan for doing a PHP based permissions for Reader Managment.
Last Edit: Aug 17 2011
<aafaq id=2004> ~ToDo: 2004 How do I create a Reader Mamagement logout function? </aafaq>
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