Welcome to Password Protect WordPress (PPWP) Pro, the #1 plugin to password protect WordPress websites.
First of all, please make sure you’ve installed and activated the PPWP Pro license successfully on your website.
Once you’ve activated the plugin, now it’s time to start protecting your valuable content. This tutorial walks you through the basic settings and helps you get the most out of our PPWP Pro plugin. Password protecting your WordPress site has never been easier and this effective.
Getting started with PPWP Pro now.
Under your WordPress admin, click on “Password Protect WordPress” to access our plugin’s settings page.
- Set whitelist roles: who can access all protected content without having to enter passwords, i.e. post’s author, admins, or logged-in users. Default: No one
- Set cookies expiration time: set a specific period of time (minutes, hours, days) after which users have to re-enter the password to access your protected content. Default: 7 days
- Set block search indexing: prevent your site from being indexed by search engines. Default: enabled
Check out all Setting options of Password Protect WordPress Pro.
Protect Your Content
When you’ve done with the basic settings for Password Protect WordPress (PPWP) Pro, now it’s time to password protect your content.
- Under your WordPress Dashboard, find the post or page that you want to protect
- Click on “Password Protect” link under Content Protection column
- Create a random password or set your own password to protect the page and post
See it in action
These tutorials and blog posts below should come in handy if you want to explore our PPWP Pro features in more detail.
- PPWP Lite vs Pro version
- PPWP Pro Glossary (Infographic)
- PPWP Pro Video Tutorials (Youtube)
- 5 Ways to Password Protect Your Private Pages
- How to Customize Protected Post Password Form