>>You could change the authentication realm... This has been a suggested
>>in more than a few PHP books. It's a hack, it's not too inelegant (sp?)
>>and it works.
>I've seen it used in combination with a pseudo-dir that holds a
>1) You got to www.site.com and get redirectet to
>2) www.site.com/md5hash_of_something/ requieres http_auth with a
>slightly different realm (something with adding extra spaces in the
>string to avoid to much noise in the popup of the user)
>3) When you log out og timeout, the "md5hash_of_something" is also
>thrown away on the server,
>4) Accessing www.site.com/md5hash_of_something/ after session is closed
>sends the user back to 1) for a new session.
Right - but why mess with md5'd pathes? I don't see the purpose, let
alone an advantage... Are you concerned about caching?