Creating a WordPress website for your business or portfolio is an excellent way to start growing an audience for yourself. However, you may run into scenarios where you want to limit access to specific posts or pages. For example, you may be a filmmaker that wants to limit the viewership of a film on his website to prevent piracy or a photographer trying to safeguard assets. Regardless of your reason, configuring a password on a page allows you to restrict visitor access and permit only particular clients, colleagues, or partners. In this article, we’ll show you how easy it is to password-protect a page in WordPress and why you might need to.
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