(Closed) how secure should our wedding website be?

posted 10 years ago in Technology
Post # 3
212 posts
Helper bee

we put first names only on our introduction page (flash intro) and then it brings you to a password protected page.  After you put in our password, you can see our last names in certain areas (like the registry and hotel pages)

Post # 4
21 posts
  • Wedding: June 2008

I am definitely going to look into the password for the intro page.  I think there can be plenty of paranoia, but I have some tacky excoworkers (yes ex) who seem to find it ok to invite themselves in conversations with me and tell me point blank that they want to come.  Uh what about my budget?  What about the fact that you and I only hang out in group settings twice a year?  This has happened to me to me on three occasions with two different girls and I just smile, nod, and look away because I’m so taken aback by their brazenness.

Because of this, I think I’m justified being scared of details leaking through friends who are invited.  It totally depends on your friends and acquaintances.  If you think you have friends like mine, better safe than sorry!  I’m usually an open book with my life but wedding crashers are not a luxury I can afford!

Post # 5
106 posts
Blushing bee

It’s not necessary to include your last name for copyright reasons….that is completely irrelevant to copyright.

The topic ‘how secure should our wedding website be?’ is closed to new replies.

Find Amazing Vendors