Smart Passworded Pages Plugin

Here is a demonstration of how to use the smart passworded pages.

If you are unfamiliar with using passwords in WordPress, you might want to read this page first:

This plugin doesn’t add the ability to add passwords in posts.  WordPress does that all on its own.  You can see that here:

An image of the publish widget from the WordPress page editor.
On the right hand side of the page editing screen in WordPress, you can change the visibility to Password protected and enter in a password.


This plugin does make the password handling smarter and enhances it so that you can enter one password on a parent page and gain access to all the children pages using that password.

If you don’t know what children pages or sub-pages are, you might want to read about it here:

You can find out more about the current version of the Smart Passworded Pages plugin here:


Now let’s get down to it.  First, watch this video about how to use the plugin:

(Press play and then click the full screen button on the bottom right for the best view.)

Now you can test how this plugin works.  Pay attention to the fact that you can enter multiple passwords on a single page and then end up in different locations within your website.  Test how it works on these pages:



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