How To Password Protect
If you want to prevent a particular directory of your
website from the public, you will need to password protect it. To
do so, please follow the steps outlined below:
Log in at SiteManager.
1. Click on "Password Protect Directories"
2. In the resulting page, click on the grey padlock
besides the directory that you want to password-protect. If a directory
has not been password-protected, it will be indicated by a grey
the directory. If it is already password-protected, then it will
be indicated by a yellow padlock (in the locked position)
alongside the directory in question.
In this example, we will choose to password-protect the "webstats"
directory. Click on the grey padlock
3. In the next page, do the following:
Step 1: click on the checkbox besides the "Enable
Password Protection" field.
Step 2: In the field for "Protected Realm
Name", type in any name. For simplicity's sake, you may choose
to use the same name as your directory. In our example, we type
Step 3: Type in your preferred login name in the
"User Name" field for this directory. In our case, we
Step 4: Key in your preferred password for this
Step 5: Click on the "Add User" button.
4. If you want to enable multiple users with their own unique logins
to the same directory, you will need to set up a password file first.
See "Setup Password Files".
Then, choose the password file you want from the drop down menu
and click the "Update" button.