How to Password Protect Your WordPress Forms
Do you want to password Protect a form on your WordPress website? Normally, forms are a public method for your users who can see the page. If you want to protect a form to limit access to only certain people then you can password protect the specific form. In this video, we'll show you how to easily password protect your WordPress forms.
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For this video, we will be using a Pro or higher version of WPForms using our unique discount URL above. Once we have the plugin, we will want to install, activate, and register the plugin. Under WPForms, Addons in the admin area we will want to look for the Form Locker Addon and install and enable that.
Now you will have the option in a form created with WPForms on your site you can go under the Settings area and under Form Locker, you can enable password protection. That will bring up the password field where you can set the chosen password.
You can edit a post/page and add the WPForms block to embed it on the post/page. If you want to add it to the widget area of your site then you would want to go under Appearance, Widgets, and add the WPForms widget to your site.
For a final option, you can visit the post/page that you want private and in the document settings under the published area you can set it to Password Protected.
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0:41 Install and Activate WPForms
1:13 Activate Form Locking
2:14 Add Form to Page
2:50 Add Form to Widget
3:15 Alternate Method
But how about my hundreds registered users do I gave to send them all the password i think this is extra word
If you want all of your users to use a form then you normally wouldn’t password protect it, this would be a method to limit access to a form.