How To Set Up A Password Protected Page In Squarespace.

 

Password protected pages are awesome! They allow you to stop others from reading something that you don't want to share with just about anyone.

I love to use them for my client design pages because they allow me to share everything project related with my clients, that way they see what stage I'm at, their designs and more all under a password.

How to set up a password protected page in Squarespace -- Melanie Craft & Co.

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For the most part, password protected pages are most commonly used for those who subscribe to a list.  Here's a tutorial on how to get it set up.


1. CREATE A NEW UNLINKED PAGE.

 

how to set up a password protected page in Squarespace -- Melanie Craft & Co.

2. CLICK THE GEAR IMAGE ON THE RIGHT OF YOUR PAGE NAME.

You should have your page settings pop up on the right of your screen. Here you'll be able to change the name of your page, add a page description, change your URL slug, add a thumbnail image and add a password to your page. 

click the gear image.png

3. ADD YOUR PASSWORD.

Think about a password that you'll remember and type it in the password section of the settings. Once added, don't forget to click "SAVE"

how to add a password protected page in Squarespace -- Melanie Craft & Co.

 

And there you have it! A password protected page!