When a password protection is setup on a page, it's just common sense that this protaction with the same password should be applied to it's children and grandchildren and so forth. I find it hard to understand how come this is not implemented in WP.
I found the only plugin in the entire universe that does that, but not quite. The plugins name is 'FT Password Protect Children Pages', and it auto-protects child pages on runtime, not in the database, and thus not actually status'ing the child pages as password protected. It just copies the password insertion markup on the top of the page instead of the content, thus missing parts of the page as fx. a list of attached files in the content bottom which also need to be hidden.
Does anyone know if this is something which is going to be implemented in the future or know of a plugin that does that correctly?
And why on earth is it not possible to password protect categories, only posts? Tried the plugin 'CaPa' but it wracked my site, so I had to remove it again.