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.
New in Version 1.4
- Brute force protection Blocks access to users after repeated failed login attempts. This protects you from hackers trying to guess your password using "Brute Force" methods. Protection can be toggled via Settings > Hide My Site > Brute Force Protection
- You can choose to automatically grant access to admin users
- Preview login page option - See your login page as a logged-out visitor would see it. Helpful if you want to see what your login page looks like even if you are already logged in
- 'Password request for every page' bug fixed.This will resolve the issue for the vast majority of the subset of users who were experiencing the bug that site visitors were receiving password requests on every page. Also, users can now log in from any page - you no longer have to log in from specifically the homepage in order to stay logged in.
- Conflict with polylang plugin fixed
- Password characters now hidden when entered on front end
- Select a notification message to appear at the top of your login page
For Premium Users
- Set background image size, position, repeat, and color via plugin settings page
- Customize notification message text which appears at the top of your login page