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Is it possible to password protect a page or ev...

Added: 01/16/2013   |   Updated: 3 Years Ago

Question   Is it possible to password protect a page or even multiple pages?



Answer    Yes, You can make capture/landing pages password protected so a contact must enter their password to view it. This can be done without any coding knowledge.

Also, you can create resource pages in the Members Area for members to view without any coding knowledge.

Also, we have instructions for creating members area pages if you need to create custom member area pages that need custom php code added to them.


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Q. Can I setup multiple capture pages at one time for all my Members, and can I pay you to do it for me if I want?

A. Yes, you can setup multiple capture pages for your Members to use at the same time.
Yes, we can install/setup the pages for you if you want.

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Q. Can I have multiple capture pages?

A. Yes, You can have multiple capture pages.

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Q. Can you explain my options if I wanted to allow Members to choose between 2 different landing pages?

A. Yes, you can allow Members to specify different landing pages for each capture page.
You can also allow them to specify a default landing page for pages that do not have a specific link defined.
Members can browser through the thumbnails of landing pages and click a button beneath the thumbnail to make that page their default landing page.

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Q. How do I password protect a capture/landing page?

A. Password Protected Page

1- when editing the page click the Page Settings from top menu -> Password Protect, and you will see an option for password protection where you can turn it on to have it password protected.
Then click save changes.



Turn on password protected

2- Now this page will redirect to http://YOURDOMAIN/leadlogin.php

Each contact has a password assigned to them. You can put the password into an email sent to them using the code ~password~.
You can view/edit the password when editing the contact.


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