USE AT YOUR OWN RISK: The following tip is not supported by Webflow and is used as a temporary workaround until this feature becomes available within the app.
At the moment, it is not possible to password protect individual pages or folders using Webflow. However, this has been a requested feature and we hope to include it as an option in the future. If you’d also like us to add this feature, please add your thoughts on this thread.
In the meantime, it is possible to password protect individual pages using an .htaccess file after exporting. To do that, follow the instructions below:
Create and upload .htaccess file Using a text editor, create a file named .htaccess, add the following code, and upload it to the directory that has the page you want to protect in it.
AuthName “Name of Page”
< Files ”name-of-page.html”>
- HTAccess must be supported and enabled on your server
- Passwords are case sensitive
- Keep .htpasswd files in a secure directory