Tag: http authentication
- Extension, Module, Plugin
- tags: login, authentication, http authentication, 2fa, otp, otp-verification, two factor verification, email verification, user verification, two-factor authentication, login form, miniorange, authenticate, authorization, user validation, email validation, form validation, twilio, alert, sms api, phone verification, otp verification, login verification, one time passcode, second factor, sign up, sign in, admin login
miniOrange 2FA - OTP Verification
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miniOrange 2FA - OTP Verification verifies Email Address/Mobile Number of users / admin by sending OTP verification code during login. It removes the possibility of users accessing your site with fake Email Address/Mobile Number by enabling OTP Verification.
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- Rating - 2.502 Votes
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- tags: http authentication, authentication, http basic authentication, access, .htaccess, .htpasswd
Blue Coast Web
Password protect an arbitrary public facing page without involving the Member module, the template's access or the web server configuration (.htaccess, htpasswd, etc)
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- Rating - 4.673 Votes
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- tags: http auth, http authentication, http_auth, http, basic, authentication, provide, deny, access, page
- tags: http auth, http authentication, password protect, create entry directory, entry, auth, directory, http, authentication, protect
Entry Auth Dir
Creates directories and uses HTTP authentication to password protect them. The data used to create these directories comes from entries in a configured channel with appropriate fields. If the submitted password field is empty, the entension generates a random password based on settings.
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- category: ExpressionEngine, Tutorials
- tags: member groups, development, http authentication, templates, template access, template groups, tutorial, template, access
Using ExpressionEngine’s Built-In HTTP Authentication to Restrict Access During Development
03.20.09 by Ryan Masuga
You can restrict access to an ExpressionEngine site under development with template access restrictions by User Group. But what if you need to test logged-in and logged-out status, and different member levels? We show you how to easily restrict your dev area and still test member-related conditionals on your templates with a Dev User Group and EE’s HTTP Authentication.