Choose a single password to protect your entire wordpress site. Only visitors who know the password will be able to access your wordpress site. This is a great tool for someone setting up a development version of a wordpress site or anyone else looking to hide their site from the public, search engines, etc…Set your site-wide password by going to Settings > Hide My Site > Set Your Password. If you want to disable password protection uncheck the box at Settings > Hide My Site > Enable Password Protection.
You can choose how many days you want the user to stay logged in by going to Settings > Hide My Site > Duration.
Note, this plugin does not currently work with WP Engine hosting because they automatically cache your pages for you. If you use WP Engine or another host that auto-caches, try contacting them directly and ask them if they can deactivate the auto page caching on your site. If you are using a caching plugin and you notice that it conflicts with Hide My Site, try deactivating the plugin and see if that resolves it. Note that deactivating a caching plugin does not always purge the cache. Before you deactivate the caching plugin, first go to the plugin admin page and turn off caching from there.
Settings > Hide My Site > Set Your Password
Settings > Hide My Site > Duration
Choose one of the login page styles you want to use as your baseline. For example, let’s say you choose the ‘Ice’ style. Select the ‘Ice’ theme on the plugin settings page in Settings > Hide My Site > Select a theme for your login page. After you save changes, locate the associated php template file within the plugin subfolder called ‘templates’. In this case, it would be the ‘hmsice.php’ file. Copy and paste this file directly into your theme folder. You can now edit the file as you please, and when you update the plugin in the future, you will not lose the changes you have made to the template. Note this feature is only available to premium users.
Navigate in your WordPress admin to Settings > Hide My Site > General (top tabs) > Mobile Friendly and make sure this box is checked. Note that for existing users, if you have already set up your own mobile friendly login page using custom code, you don?t need to use this setting and can simply leave this option unchecked.
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