As you see, here our variable is substituted with the word "the_real_password", which is the actual password.
When you click "Login", a yellow box appears where you can enter the username and password. If the password and login are correct, then after clicking Enter you will be redirected to page members.php . All of this is stored in an external file config.js . The content of config.js in my case is:
The username and password can be either dude1/pass1 or dude2/pass2 .If you want to add more accounts, just copy and modify the if statement. In each case, you will be redirected to page members.php, and you can also change it easily in the code.
This was all i was going to cover. However, i have one more extremely important notice: Don't use it to protect important information! All of the above can be bypassed VERY easily by almost everyone, and you should use it if you don't need any super-secure protection.
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