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How to lock down one page with htaccess?

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I have an htaccess file that works to lock down my entire page and requires the user to have a valid account, but I don't know how to apply it to one page of my site (which is what I really need, not the whole thing). We use Shibboleth so the main htaccess (that works) looks like this:

AuthType shibboleth

ShibRequireSession On

require valid-user

But how do I apply it to one page? I can't just put that one page in a subfolder because Muse doesn't play nicely with that, as I understand. I think a folder structure would solve my problem but I don't know how to make that work in Muse. Maybe there's something else I'm missing. Any ideas? Thanks!

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htaccess is a file type only used in some host servers and Muse is a html maker so this question has nothing to do with Adobe Muse

I recommend you talk to your host provider about what options they have or (if it must be Muse) have a look for 3rd party widgets | cms options

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How to lock down one page with htaccess?

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I have an htaccess file that works to lock down my entire page and requires the user to have a valid account, but I don't know how to apply it to one page of my site (which is what I really need, not the whole thing). We use Shibboleth so the main htaccess (that works) looks like this:

AuthType shibboleth

ShibRequireSession On

require valid-user

But how do I apply it to one page? I can't just put that one page in a subfolder because Muse doesn't play nicely with that, as I understand. I think a folder structure would solve my problem but I don't know how to make that work in Muse. Maybe there's something else I'm missing. Any ideas? Thanks!

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Correct answer by Ussnorway | Most Valuable Participant

htaccess is a file type only used in some host servers and Muse is a html maker so this question has nothing to do with Adobe Muse

I recommend you talk to your host provider about what options they have or (if it must be Muse) have a look for 3rd party widgets | cms options

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htaccess is a file type only used in some host servers and Muse is a html maker so this question has nothing to do with Adobe Muse

I recommend you talk to your host provider about what options they have or (if it must be Muse) have a look for 3rd party widgets | cms options

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Make an inquiry in google "htaccess and htpasswd" and find all the information

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