Wildcard passwords refer to the passwords containing an asterisk (*), which can match any characters. Instead of creating numerous passwords with a similar format, you can create one wildcard password. Let’s say you want to grant content access to a group of people via their company email. Normally, you might need to add these emails… Continue reading How to Create WildCard Passwords
When offering private sales or a paid privilege on your WordPress site, you always want only authorized users to access the content. You can either create a membership website or block IP addresses. However, assigning passwords to these private pages turns out to be a better solution. Users no longer have to sign up or… Continue reading 4 Ways to Protect WordPress Pages with Multiple Passwords
Most WordPress website owners are well aware of preventing their content from being accessed by unauthorized users. Rather than creating a membership site for members only to interact with the provided information, several site owners prefer protecting certain valuable content with passwords. Unfortunately, if you have a lot of posts or pages protected with passwords,… Continue reading What’s a Master Password and How to Use it?