I shouldn't have used the word "admin" perhaps... The idea is for me to set up something that the non-techie site owner can use. He needs to be able to upload files and set them up for people to be able to view. Basically, he's a vehicle broker, and would like to be able to show people cars without making those images public. Nothing terribly high-security -- if some hacker-type is set on seeing them, it's no huge deal.... I'm thinking about modifying blog software, as the "post" format might be conducive to the type of image posting he wants. Not sure how to integrate the user/security element into that, however. Stephen On May 17, 2007, at 12:14 PM, Ben Joyce wrote: > You could put the files in password-preotected folders/directories, > that's probably the easiest way to do it. > > On 5/17/07, Stephen Rider <evolt_org at striderweb.com> wrote: >> I've been asked to do a simple site for a client. Overall it's >> pretty basic -- no major interactivity or such, EXCEPT.... >> >> The admin would like to be able to upload photos that only a >> particular person (with username/password) can see. >> >> I suppose this could work with some sort of messageboard system as >> well, but I'm not sure how to approach it.