Password Protect Parts of Content with Top WordPress Page Builders

Password Protect WordPress (PPWP) Pro extends the Partial Content Protection feature by using built-in elements in page builders instead of copying the shortcode.

PPWP Pro currently works well with the most popular page builder plugins, including:

In this article, we will show you how to use PPWP block in these page builders.

Integrate with Elementor

Requirements:

First of all, you need to find our Password Protection (PPWP) element under “Search Widget” field.

After that, simply drop it to where you want to display the protected area.

There are 3 main steps to create and protect a content section with Password Protect WordPress plugins.

Step 1: Set password for unlocking content as well as whitelisted roles, who can see content without entering password (if necessary).

Step 2: Add private content which will be hidden under password form

Step 3: Style password form as you wish

Integrate with Beaver Builder

Requirements:

Firstly, you need to find our Password Protect WordPress (PPWP) module under search field.

Then drop it to where you want to display the protected area.

There are 3 main steps to create and protect a content section with Password Protect WordPress plugins.

Step 1: Set password for unlocking content as well as whitelisted roles, who can see content without entering password (if necessary).

Step 2: Add private content which will be hidden under password form

Step 3: Style password form as you wish

Lasted updated on January 7, 2020