I have a localhost install running on Mac OS 10.7.5 via MAMP:
PHP 5.2.17 & 5.4.4
XCache 1.2.2 & 1.3.2
YAZ 4.0.1 & PHP/YAZ 1.1.3
These are my installed plugins:
Page Security by Contexture
I am using Twenty Eleven with a custom child theme. I want to secure a given page with URL http://localhost/wordpress/?page_id=2 which was created using stock WordPress site admin and a default sidebar-page.php template, or a custom template.
In other words I would like to use .htaccess to secure this page which contains a simple text-based form; for example when I try to secure <Files wp-login.php> it works fine and a custom login appears for a username. But when I create a custom template and secure it using <Files custom-template.php> within a .htaccess file I am still able to type in data into the form and there is no prompt for login--in other words the page is unsecured.
I've search the forum and Google with no luck. It's not clear how a custom template, or the sidebar-page.php template can be secured. If that's not possible, I'm wondering how to create a new page (i.e. without using WP "Pages") that can be secured.