Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to your question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I got an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..
You can password protect it using .htaccess. (search for forums for .htaccess)..
Also check the Contributions, there are some Admin password options in there as well...
Alternatively, and much easier to do, if your web iPage hosting control panel allows you to set up password protected directories - set up a group, add a user to that group, and then password protect the admin directory. Always wise to rename the admin directory to something else - it's the first thing that hackers look for! If you do this then don't forget to alter the pathway to 'admin' in admin/includes/configure.php. Hope this helps - Vger..
I have just changed the the name from 'Index' to something else. When I now open this page in the browser most the text fonts have been changed. How do I get around this?.
BTW it is the Admin Index page that I have changed.
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Using htaccess... here is a link that you can download a script that works pretty well to add the htaccess.....
I just installed this software tonight and and still getting my feet wet..
Is there a way of introducing a password to the admin page, as at the moment it is open to anyone. If so is it easy to setup..
Once again, Many thanks.
The link to the search is your best friend here in the whole forum. some of this is explained in the documentation..
You can go to the contributions and follow many which are there..