Create a Password Protected Page or Program

While all subpages and programs, such as Ministries, can be set up to be password-protected, it's crucial to note that this information can still be indexed by Google. In this article, we'll walk you through the process of setting up password protection for pages and programs on your Tithely site. 

 

  1. On your Site, Go to the page or program (ie. ministry) that you would like to make password protected or create a new page/program.
  2. To create a page, Click on the FAB (edit pencil) which can be found on the top left side of the page. Select Edit Page.

    To create a program, click on the FAB (edit pencil) which can be found on the top left side of the page. Click Edit Program.
  3. Near the bottom of the edit page, you will see a 'Password Protection' section. This is where you would enter the desired password, which will only be accessible to site administrators and visitors with the correct password. Note: Passwords are case-sensitive.
  4. Click Save.
    If you ever need to change the password of a page, simply edit the page and type in your new password. Just remember to inform people who need access to the page that you have updated it.


Important Note:

When a visitor enters the password, a cookie is saved on their browser that grants them access to the password-protected page. This means the page will remain unlocked on their browser until they clear their cookies. If they wish to "lock" the page again, they can do so.

Even though the documents on a password-protected page are hidden, they can still be searched for and discovered by Google and other search engine optimization (SEO) tools.

User Permissions needed to access Sites
Account Owner, Admin, Limited Acess User with permissions granted for Sites, or Admin Permissions granted directly on the Tithely Site. If you have additional questions, please reference this article.

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