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Geoff's
Private web pages.

Now that j2e can save as html, it is great for producing web pages.

But what if you want to produce a web page, say for a club,
but don’t want the whole world to see it? Now you can do that with j2e!

First save your page, and make sure that
‘as html’ is ticked.

Then click on the
‘share’ button (the pair of purple people). Select ‘password protected’ and choose a new password for the page.

Now tell your friends the web page address
(
www.j2e.com/your account/your page), and tell them the page password.

Only they can see the page, it is private from the rest of the web, and private from search engines like google.














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