To grant access to protected content, you need to provide your users with a password and the page URL. But what if you have a lot of password protected content and have to send an individual content to each user?
Password Suite extension comes with a simple shortcode allowing you to create a central password form. Instead of handling multiple protected content URLs, you just need to send your users a single link. And they will be redirected to the pre-defined content based on their entered password after login.
- Password Protect WordPress Lite version 22.214.171.124 or greater
- Password Protect WordPress Pro version 126.96.36.199 or greater
- PPWP Password Suite version 1.0.0 or greater
You can add the central password form anywhere in your site using the shortcode:
[ppwp_form post_ids="x, x, x"]
x by post_id of the content where your users will be redirected after entering the corresponding password. The password form will direct them to the first matching page that it finds, so you’re recommended to use a different password for each protected content.
You can also style this password form, such as add headline, edit the description, change color using WordPress Customizer.