If you just want to add password protection to a specific bit of content inside an otherwise public WordPress post or page, you’ll need to turn back to third-party plugins for help.
This time, you can use one called Content Protector WordPress plugin:
And that finishes up our guide to password protect WordPress in all kinds of ways. If you just need to restrict individual WordPress posts, you can use WordPress’ built-in password functionality. Otherwise, to password protect other parts of WordPress, you’ll need to use one of the third-party plugins I referenced above.
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