Password Protect WordPress (PPWP) Pro allows you to protect WordPress pages and posts as well as other custom post types (CPT) such as “Products” created by WooCommerce.
Once you install and activate our plugin, the “Password Protection” column will display under Pages, Posts by default. At the same time, all build-in WordPress password protect function will be hidden to avoid conflict. Simply password protect your private content and manage all these passwords under popup as usual.
Let’s say you’re running an online course website and have created a CPT named “Courses”. Now you want to set passwords for some paid courses. All you need to do is adding “Courses” to the Post Type Protection field and then click “Save changes”.
Go back to all your “Courses”, you will see the “Password Protection” column.
Please keep in mind that, when you add a CPT to this option, our plugin will:
- Migrate the WordPress default passwords to our Pro
- Hide all build-in WordPress password protect functions
- Show PPWP Pro password management functions: popup and metabox (while editing content)
On the other hand, when you remove a CPT from this option:
- All its content becomes unprotected
- PPWP Pro password management functions disappear
- Built-in WordPress password protect functions are shown again