Well, I can think of a number of reasons. Mostly to do with the right to privacy and with protecting confidential information such as eMail addresses, telephone nos, financial details, and a large etc ...
http://www.daftlogic.com/projects-onlin … scator.htm
someone told me this was a good alternative - but it's not free:
And just know - that "nothing" is safe when on a website - nothing...
You can obscure the code - but IF anyone really want to look at it - they can...
I am aware that ultimately you cannot be 100% safe but one does not want to make it too easy to all the bots 'harvesting' EMail addresses and whatever other info they can get their mitts on.
Maybe if there is more demand, the boss will look into this. Here's hoping ...
If you want to password protect, or restrict the access to webpages, check out CC Website Access manager. Ha en riktig god dag!
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http://cattownrescue.org ... Love this site! Love cats! This site was definitely fun to do
http://northbaldwinliteracycouncil.org .... Our local Literacy Council
Inger, I do have C.C. Website Access mgr. It is nice and it works well, but it does not (as far as I can tell) integrate with anything ie. the users/pages & privs/restrictions and relationships are not accessible programmatically from anywhere else. Would be nice if they sat in a nice little SQL table somewhere ...
Jo Ann, thanks for the suggestions, but what I really really want is what the Stunnix people are selling (as per Morten's link). Only thing is that it may well be the proverbial sledge hammer to crack a rather small nut and although I am sure it is worth every penny, I find it far too expensive.
Hence my posting the suggestion in the first place ... I'm sure that some enterprising, innovative and up-and-comming concern such as C.C. could do well with such a product.
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