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No way of entering Apache's Password

Keven Ménard 8 years ago updated by Ramon Figueroa-Centeno 7 years ago 7
When the website is protected by a password (Apache's), there is no way of logging in when using the preview feature so it loads forever. Thanks for fixing in next release!
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You can add the user name and password to the url like that: http://user:password@example.com/
Awesome! Now I need a way to keep that link in memory somewhere :P a bookmark feature would be nice! For now I'll stick with safari. Thanks !
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Textastic will remember the last remote preview url you entered for each file.
uuuh username and password as unencoded text over http ?
I would prevent to do something like that :(
Http auth is always unencrypted. If you use https it is encrypted.
Yep ^^ 

Luckily we can use secured data streams with Textastic :)

It would be very nice if instead of entering http://user:password@example.com/, one could just enter http://example.com/ and the Textastic would save the name and password (not only does it save time, it also keeps me from having to watch if anyone is looking over my shoulder).