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I created an Intranet. I made users login on an html page and then linked to a file with the name username_password.html In this case i thought nobody could find out the username and password by viewing the source. But the username_password.html file is saved in the temporary Internet files folder. I don't want the file to go there or I want it to be removed when it is already there... How can I do this...?
My second question is: Is this a very safe way to secure my Intranet or is there still a way for hackers to find out the sourcenames....???
My 3rd question is: When a user floats over a link its name and location is displayed in the statusbar. I know you can prevent this by sending another value to the statusbar but how..? And I'd like this to be default with all my links. What's the code that I could place in my .CSS file to archieve this...?