Wordpress lets you set a password lock for the whole page – and that’s great. But what if you want to lock down specific sections of the page? Divi Protect gives you the keys to do just that.
Now you have the ability to password protect any given element on any given page, all accomplished inside the Divi Builder.
Within Divi Builder, you will have access to an array of visual design options for:
- how password protected areas should appear
- what content should be revealed upon those sections being unlocked.
We also provide plenty of visual design options for the password form.
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Our documentation explains how to use Divi Protect.
Your questions answered
The visual builder is not working on my protect section
You cannot use the Visual Builder on the protect section itself. This is because Divi requires the custom post to be publicly accessible for this to happen. We cannot do this because we need to keep the post hidden from Google and users on the site.
You can use the classic builder on the protected section. To enable this go to: Divi > theme options > builder > advanced and disable the “Enable The Latest Divi Builder Experience”, then enable “Enable Classic Editor”.
You can use the visual builder when adding the protect module to the page – we have made this module compatible with the visual builder, it is just the hidden content you cannot create using the visual builder.
How do I protect a whole page
Firstly Divi Protect was not designed to be used this way – it is to be used within the page. However, you can use it in a slightly different way to achieve this result. Follow the steps below:
- Create a Divi Protect section and create what you want on the page within this section (effectively this becomes your page).
- Create a page and ONLY add the Divi Protect module.
What happens here is the user will come to the page and ONLY see the password login. Once they login, it will show the page/section you create in the Divi Protect Section settings.
Protect is not hiding the sections below
Divi Protect DOES NOT hide sections below the module on the page. It is not designed this way. You need to add all the sections you want hidden in the Divi Protect Section you create in our settings page. Here is a tutorial on how to password protect a section: https://diviengine.com/divi-protect-section-password-user-guide/
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We only offer refunds if our plugins are at fault or do not do what they say.
If it is a compatibility issue with other plugins (other than WooCommerce for Divi BodyCommerce) we cannot be held responsible for this. We have however worked with our customers to make our plugins compatible with various plugins on request so please let us know.
General What about customer support?
We take pride in supporting our customers. If you need help of any kind, you can access support through your account – just submit a ticket and we will get back to you asap. We love to help you and often will go above and beyond, however, we only support aspects of the plugins and not custom coding such as CSS.
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