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Password protect your site or web pages

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Sometimes you may want to hide your web content from web surfers. You can do that by not publishing your content, or disabling that page. However, if you wish to share the content only with specific people, you can password-protect it.

On Nilead platform, you can protect your entire site or specific pages on your site. You can also customize the design of your password page, which will appear when site visitors try to access a password-protected page.

How to password protect individual pages

You can set unique passwords on each site page. This is useful if you want to password protect pages to share with clients or a specific audience (e.g., internal documentation, sensitive client prototypes, etc.).

Set a password on a page

To set a page-level password:

  1. Open the Page settings you want to protect.

  2. Make sure the Public switch is disabled.

  3. Toggle “onProtection section.

  4. Choose the type of security (token or restricted).

  5. Click Save.

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Token or restricted, which one is better

It depends completly of the use you will give to the protected page.


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Only users with the link will be able to access to the protected page.



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The page will be only accessible for those users and/or user's groups that are selected on the settings.

How to password protect your entire website

You can control who can access a site that is still a work-in-progress by requiring a password on all of its domains. This is useful if you want to publish your site for testing or private demos.

Note Site password protection is not available for the moment. This feature will be on future updates.


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