Password Protected Directories in Shared Hosting
With the password protection tool provided with each and every shared hosting plan that we provide, you'll be able to shield any content that you have within your account with simply a few clicks. As the tool is an element of our ground breaking Hepsia Control Panel, it provides exactly the same simple interface and you shall not require any special skills to use it. When you visit the Password Protection section, you will need to pick one of the domains or subdomains which you have within the account and then decide whether the protection should be turned on for the main folder or for a subfolder. Then type in the username and the password you want and you shall be ready. A tiny padlock icon within the File Manager section will tell you that a certain folder is password-protected. In the exact same way you'll be able to include multiple 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
It will take a few mouse clicks to enable the password protection function for any folder which you have, when you use one of our semi-dedicated servers. We have an incredibly effective tool, that offers a user-friendly point-and-click interface and which can be used by individuals with zero experience. It's included in the Hepsia CP, that you will get to manage your new account and as soon as you log in and go to the Password Protection section, you shall be able to select the domain or subdomain which needs to be secured and then the specific folder - either the main folder or any subfolder under it. You'll also see 2 boxes in which you will have to enter the login name and the password that'll be necessary to access the folder in question and you will be all set. By following precisely the same steps, you are able to set up a variety of login credentials for the same folder to give several individuals their own username/password. All protected folders will have a small padlock sign in the File Manager section.