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To those clients who opt for publishing their weddings on this website we now suggest that password protection should stay as long as their wedding is online; there are too many people who think that because an image is on the web it is ripe for the picking.
Sometimes when using a version of Internet Explorer on accessing a password protected wedding you may be faced with "null is an invalid password! Access denied ...".
The above message is frustrating when you are trying to view a wedding that is password protected however there is a work round:
With Internet Explorer open navigate your way to nearly the top of your screen and click on Tools.
On the drop down menu click on Internet Options
Click on the “Security” tab.
You will be faced with three items; the only one you need be concerned with is Security levels for this zone; you will see a slider; using your mouse drag the slider down to Medium level.
Now click Apply then click OK.
Then depress F5 to refresh your browser, re-enter the password and all should be well.
If you wish to restore your security settings please repeat the process this time setting the slider within Security levels for this zone to Medium-High or High if you prefer.
Even then rarely it may not work, that is because your browser is storing your pages you have looked at and presenting them to you in a saved form; in this case you have to clear your cache:
It isn’t a bad idea to do this occasionally anyway; in Internet Explorer navigate again to Tools and then on the drop down menu click Delete Browsing History…
We suggest you delete Temporary Internet Files and History then click Close; caution: you will lose any saved passwords that your web browser has cached for you.
Again depress F5 and all will be well.
Sorry this is not the fault of Pretty Pictures; it is a glitch of IE; as far as we know no other web browsers such as Mozilla Firefox gives problems of this nature.
Please note that Pretty Pictures takes no responsibility whatsoever for any changes you may make in your software, settings or computer.