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I'm needing a password popup box


#1

Hello, I am needing a simple popup box where my client can put in a password that I have given them, to access their own page on my website. I don’t need them to sign up for anything, or put in their email, I just need them to be able to go to a page on my site that says, customer login, then a box comes up where they can enter a password that I’ve assigned to them, they put it in and get to their own page.

Please Note: I understand that Webflow has password protected pages but I don’t need that. Right now I have a site done in Adobe Muse, using a widget, for example:

I have a page on the site called https://www.pdqlitho.com/ABCcompany.html. The password to access that page is ABCcompany. There is another page called https://www.pdqlitho.com/123Company.html and the password to get to that page is 123Company. I don’t want to have a drop down list of my customers so everyone can see them, and I don’t need an actual Login page where someone enters their email and password, it seems like this is just a simple, almost just a link to a page but they have to put in a password to get there. Again, I don’t want to put a drop down box with all of my customers listed it in.

I’ve heard of AuthPro but that’s a little more than I need for this page.

Anyone know of a simple plug in widget or special code I could use for this?

Thanks so much,

Annette


#2

Password protection – work around for collection pages


#3

Thank you samliew, I don’t have a paid subscription yet and don’t want to until I know if this will work for me. Do you happen to have a url where I could see what this will look like?

Thanks so much for responding.

Annette


#4

Demo: http://sandbox-666666.webflow.io/client-side-page-level-simple-password-protection

Password: letmein


#5

Ok, I think this is what I’m looking for. Can I tell which page to go to when someone enters the correct password? Another question, can I have different passwords that go to different pages?

Thanks so much for your help! I think this is it.

Annette


#6

In this example, the code is placed on the page you want to “protect”.

If you redirect to another page, that page will not be password “protected”.

Same as above.


#7

Ok, thank you for taking the time to respond to my question. I’m not sure this will work, then. I’ll keep looking for a solution.

Thanks so much!

Annette