Still worrying about learning PHP scripts, and how to password
protect your PHP web page?
No need to write a single line of PHP code, HTML Password
Lock will help you password protect PHP pages step-by-step,
in just a few clicks.
1 - Select PHP pages:
Launch HTML Password Lock, in step 1, click on the "Add
file" button, then browser for the PHP pages on your
local computer that you want to protect.
The PHP pages must be selected from your local
computer. After protection, upload them to your web server.
2- Select password mode, and define username and password:
Click on the "Next" button and go to Step 2 where
you can select from two password modes: Single Password
Mode and Multi User/Password Mode.
Single Password Mode lets you to password protect
PHP pages with one password or multiple passwords.
Multi User/Password Mode lets you to password protect
PHP pages with multiple usernames/passwords. You can also
import/export user/password list from/to a .CSV format file,
which can be edited with MS Excel.
3 - Lock PHP pages and upload them to your web server.
If this is the first time you've used HTML Password Lock,
you can just click on the "Next" button to skip
Steps 3 and 4, keeping the default options. In the last
step, please click on the "Lock" button, then
the locked PHP pages will be listed on the file list.
After protection, upload the locked PHP pages to your web server
to test the password protection.