burggraaferik at gmail.com
Sat Jun 25 17:17:31 CDT 2016
Hi, I forgot to mention that you can log off all sessions by using ?action=logout. That will tell you if your authentication issue is in pm wiki or in your browser.
> On Jun 25, 2016, at 3:04 PM, erik burggraaf <burggraaferik at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm not understanding how passwords work. I did install cmsmode. I am
> using WAMP to test pmwiki. so i'm accessing it with localhost/pmwiki.
> I went to the home page and saw that the sidebar is editable by default.
> I edit ../local/config.php I did:
> $DefaultPasswords['admin'] = pmcrypt('somepassword1234);
> $DefaultPasswords['edit'] = pmcrypt('editpw1234');
> now when I go to edit the sidebar it asks for a password which is masked
> but automatically provided, and still lets me edit the sidebar without a
> challenge because the pw is correct. How do i password protect the
> sidebar? why is the correct pw being provided yet masked?
> still edit the sidebar. Is there a way to have it that I leave the page
> that edit cookie for the sidebar gets destroyed?
> Personally I'm having a lot of trouble with CMS systems they seem to add
> complexity, I'm trying for simplicity...Thanks
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