Password Protected Pages

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Overview

With password protected pages, you can add a password to specific pages on your site that visitors will need to enter in order to view that page. Password protected pages are beneficial when certain content is designed for specific audiences; for example, to restrict access to a download page. 

Guide

Navigate to Pages, located on the left menu.

 

Click the Settings icon on a specific page.

Click Set Password to be prompted to set your password.

Set a password for the page. The password can be up to 100 characters, and can contain any character.

 

Click Save. This page is now protected by a password. You can remove this password at anytime by clicking Remove password.

Considerations

Password protected pages should not be confused with user logins or account management. Adding a password to a specific page only adds a single password for that page. It does not enable passwords for different users.

Password protected pages are only available with a premium plan.

Anchored pages cannot be protected with passwords. In order to protect a page with a password, make sure that the page is not anchored to another page.

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