Password protect pages to secure access
URL spoofing reveals all the pre-launch designs that people are working on. Maybe a simple password to protect them?
We want to let you know that we have a new feature: Page Visibility.
This new feature lets you control the visibility of each page on your website.
In the Webydo Studio, you can define any page as public, private or password protected.
Public: visible to everyone (default setting).
Private: visible only in the Webydo Studio.
Password Protected: visible only upon entering a username and password (these values remain the same regardless of page).
How It Works:
Go to the Pages & Navigation window.
Choose the page you wish to edit.
Click the Settings Icon.
Under Visibility choose: Public, Private or Password Protected (for this option you must enter a username and password).
Click OK and Publish.
Thank you for the feedback, if you have more questions please contact our support team.
AdminSivan (Product Team, Webydo) commented
We are happy to let you know a Page Visibility feature has been released and pages can be set to password protection.
secure pages with login access and the ability to choose which people get to see which pages/content.
any time frame of completion on this feature? can't wait :)
Thank you for the comments.
We are still working on adding in the password protected feature.
Please check back for updates.
The Webydo Team
This feature has been "under review" for nearly TWO YEARS now. So Webydo must not consider this a high priority or has not been able to figure out how to add it. In other words, if this feature is really important to you, then Webydo probably won't work for you.
Password protect site available yet?
what about password protected pages - is this available?
do you have a rough idea of when this might be implemented. It would be valuable not only for client presentations but also for "members only" sections of a website or any web site that requires user registration to access. I'm afraid this is a showstopper for me.
Alan Zee commented
Man jan, that's importnat! Thanks. Webydoers - any suggestions?