Support » Plugin: Widgetize Pages Light » How to keep widgets private when post/page is set to password protect access

  • Resolved Rtuttle2

    (@rtuttle2)


    Hi

    If my page or post is accessed by a password, how can I make sure that all my “OTW widgetize pages light” widgets wont be seen on page/post unless password is given?
    I have Widgetize Pages Light version 1.15 as well as Content Manager Light version 1.7.

    Also, on mobile view my pages/posts are not responsive?

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/widgetize-pages-light/

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  • Plugin Author OTWthemes

    (@otwthemes)

    Hi,

    The content created with the OTW Grid Manager is applied to the content form your page editor. Once this is hidden behind a password the OTW Grid Manager content will also be hidden.

    The responsive grids are a feature available only in the pro versions of those plugins.

    WordPress has a built-in function to password protect a page or a post. As long as your OTW Sidebar is in that password protected post, it won’t show unless a password is provided. I tried this and can confirm it works.

    To add a password to a post/page, change “Visibility” from “Public” to “Password protected” on the right-hand side of the Page Editor.

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