Secure Your Website With Password At-Ease

4Life Innovations

In Guest Post, Websites and Web Technology Posted November 14, 2019

It may happen that you are not willing to make all the contents or information on your site public. It may be things that you choose to keep just for the admin panel or the website developers. To do the same, you are required to protect your website with passwords. It can be a complicated thing since if you do not know how to do it, you might end up locking the entire website with a password and any of your users can not access the site then. You need to know the exact procedure on how to secure your website when required with a password. From the link of your HTML to WordPress theme, you can secure everything in just a click provided you know how to do it. Also, if you are not really very confident doing it all by yourself or you are not that good in handling technology, you may hire a WordPress developer who can either guide you with how to do it or will follow the steps to secure your website all by himself.

But, if you are willing to do it all by yourself and do not have an idea on how to move ahead, here is a step by step guide for you so that securing websites with a password is no longer a problem.

1. For the initials, you need to know how you can protect one post of your WordPress account with a password. You do not need any external account, application or tools to do so as it is an in-built option. Many of you will be surprised by reading this point, but it is very much real. All you need to do is to click the Visibility option on the WordPress editor, and then you have to click on the edit option.
From the tab which will open, you are required to select the option named Password protected. Then you have to put the Password which you want and just click on OK. Once you are done, no one can see the content of that particular page unless they put in the correct Password.

If they do not do so, their access to the post will be automatically denied, and they will get a warning message which says that the post is password protected. There you go with the safety of your content!

Also, this option is just not for WordPress documents, but you can also use it on Divi Builder, and it works exactly the same way.

2. If you are not satisfied by protecting just one content or article or it might not be possible to lock every item or post you want to secure individually, there is an option where you can protect all the categories of your WordPress posts. But for that, you will require a third-party plugin. It is available for free on the internet but if you want you can get a hold of a premium copy which will totally safeguard your interest.

For the free plugin, you can just use the Access Category password. Install the application first and then activate it. Then you need to click on the Settings option from the drop-down box, click on the access category password. Put in the Password, click on OK and you are all set to go.

Another exciting feature of this is you can customize who needs to put a password to see the content. Suppose, you want the administrator does not need to put a password to access any content of the site. You can do that by just clicking on the Administrator box from the drop-down option panel.

You can also customize the warning message that the user will get every time they want to log in to a secure post with a wrong password or without it. And for the rest of the parts in your site which you have not blocked, it will usually work and will give the visibility access to anyone who asks for it.

3. Also, if the process mentioned above does not suit your needs, you can hire a WordPress developer. If you want to develop a password-protected site where the viewers can see an article, post, comment or blog partially and to view the rest they will need access to the Password, the developer will help you do the needful. If you want a fundamental level of control and security on your site, you can use the third-party application plugin or the given process. For more complicated security; password protection, you need to get hold of premium applications and servers, and it is better to hire a professional in that case.

Security is a must-have thing from links of HTML to WordPress theme. Follow the easy method provided and get your website safely secured