Password Protected Directories in Shared Hosting
With the password protection tool that is included with every single shared hosting package deal that we provide, you shall be able to protect any content that you have within your account with just a few mouse clicks. Because the tool is an element of our innovative Hepsia CP, it has the exact same simple interface and you will not require any special skills to use it. Once you navigate to the Password Protection section, you will need to select one of the domains or subdomains that you have in the account and then decide whether the protection should be activated for the primary folder or for a subfolder. Then input the username and the password that you'd like and you shall be set. A tiny padlock icon in the File Manager section will tell you that a particular folder is password-protected. In the very same way you shall be able to add a number of usernames and passwords for the same folder if you would like several people to have their own login credentials.
Password Protected Directories in Semi-dedicated Servers
Securing any folder with a password will be easy if you host your sites in a semi-dedicated server account with our company. A user-friendly tool, which is incorporated into the Hepsia CP, will permit you to select the particular folder you would like to secure with a few mouse clicks and all you will have to input will be the username and the password that'll be used to access it later. You'll not experience any difficulties even if you haven't had a web hosting account before, because you don't need any previous knowledge or coding skills to enable the feature. If you repeat the same basic steps, you'll be able to set up different usernames for the same password-protected area, so a number of people shall be able to access a certain folder with their own login details. You shall be able to see the protected folders at a glance either in the exact same section of the CP or inside the File Manager section where you shall detect them by their compact padlock icons.