Password Protected Directories in Cloud Website Hosting
Setting up a password-protected area shall take only a few mouse clicks and a few seconds when you host your Internet sites within a cloud website hosting account with us. You won't have to do anything challenging - you'll need to choose a domain/subdomain, to pick which folder under it should be secured, and then to type in the login name and password that'll be used to access that folder. In case a number of individuals require their own login credentials, there won't be a problem to set up numerous different usernames with access to the very same folder. All protected folders shall appear with a padlock icon in the File Manager section, so you shall always know where this feature is activated. If you would like to deactivate the protection function for any folder, you can deactivate it from the same exact section of the CP in which you have enabled it.
Password Protected Directories in Semi-dedicated Servers
You'll be able to create password protection for any content which you have inside your semi-dedicated server account. We've integrated an easy-to-use tool to the Hepsia website hosting Control Panel through which you shall be able to enable the function with several clicks and without any difficulties, even if you're not really tech-savvy. You'll simply have to pick the hostname (domain or subdomain), the particular folder which has to be protected (the main folder or a subfolder) plus the login name and password. The protection shall take effect instantly, so if you make an attempt to open the password-protected URL inside your web browser, you'll need to input the newly created login credentials before you proceed. You will also be able to give different usernames for the very same folder to a number of individuals, so you will not need to share the same login credentials with everyone. Each password-protected folder shall have a compact padlock icon inside the File Manager section, so you shall be able to recognize this sort of folders effortlessly.