Password Protected Directories
Learn more details on password-protected directories and just what they bring to your site.
If you want to keep some content hidden from the public eye, you'll be able to enable password protection for a certain folder - either the primary website folder or any other one below it. Whenever this feature is active, a pop-up will appear anytime somebody tries to open the folder in question or clicks on a direct link which goes a few levels deeper, so login details will be necessary for www.domain.com/folder/image.jpg when you have protected only the domain.com folder. In case the credentials are not valid, a “403 Forbidden” message shall appear and there's no method of getting around this restriction, so you can be positive that no one will be able to access the protected content. The function may be beneficial in numerous situations - if only a number of individuals need to be able to see specific files, if you are building an Internet site and you don't want people to see it before it is completed, and so forth.
Password Protected Directories in Website Hosting
With the password protection tool supplied with every single website hosting package which we offer, you shall be able to protect any content which you have in your account with only a few mouse clicks. Due to the fact that the tool is an element of our innovative Hepsia Control Panel, it offers the exact same simple interface and you will not need any special skills to use it. As soon as you navigate to the Password Protection section, you'll need to select one of the domains or subdomains you have within the account and then choose whether the protection should be active for the main folder or for a subfolder. Then input the username and the password that you want and you'll be ready. A small padlock icon within the File Manager section will tell you that a particular folder is password-protected. In the same way you shall be able to include several usernames and passwords for the same folder if you would like several people to have their own login credentials.