WordPress Premium Plugin: .htaccess Site Access Control

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.htac­cess Site Access Con­trol plu­g­in allows you to pass­word pro­tect your site: WP login page, admin pages, and/or the whole site. The plu­g­in adds in this func­tion­al­i­ty on top of Word­Press, using the .htac­cess pass­word pro­tec­tion func­tion­al­i­ty.

As of ver­sion 1.0, the options of the free plu­g­in include:
1. Enabling/disabling the pass­word pro­tec­tion to wp-login.php, Word­Press admin pages. Note that you’ll be asked to re-type the .htac­cess username/password you cre­at­ed before enabling any of the set­tings — to ensure that you would­n’t enable the pass­word pro­tec­tion with­out even know­ing the pass­word your­self!
2. Mod­i­fy­ing the exist­ing users: you can change any .htac­cess user’s pass­word and remove the users.
3. Adding one .htac­cess user.

With pre­mi­um plu­g­in, you can also:
1. Create/modify an unlim­it­ed num­ber of .htac­cess users;
2. Pro­tect your whole site, mak­ing it acces­si­ble to only those who have the .htac­cess user.

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Using the pass­word pro­tec­tion will give you extra secu­ri­ty lay­er of pro­tec­tion from brute force hack­ing attacks. Addi­tion­al­ly, it’s also an easy way to pass­word pro­tect your entire site, with­out need­ing to cre­ate sep­a­rate Word­Press users for each vis­i­tor.

When you enable the pass­word pro­tec­tion, the user won’t be able to see any­thing — not even see the pro­tect­ed page — until he/she inserts the username/password. You can pass­word pro­tect the whole web­site, includ­ing the admin­is­tra­tor pages; you can pass­word pro­tect the admin­is­tra­tor pages; or you can pass­word pro­tect the Word­Press login page.

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