Secure a page using .htaccess file when URL includes "?page_id=2"
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.
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