How to set up a password protected page?

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I have created a private gallery using the password protected page, but I can't seem to know whats the password and username since the ones I used first iare not working.

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Posted 6 years ago

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Philip Taylor

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Click Page/Page Manager. There's an image of a lock next to each page. Click the ones you want to lock.
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jijijij

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Thanks!

How can I change the password, since the password I am using to log in is not working? I dont know the password. And I don't know how to change\get a new one.
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Click Site, Then Site Settings, Then, Click 'Password Protection', And there you go. You can edit it from there. When you close out of it, click 'All Settings' Instead of x'ing out of it, because that won't save it. You can also choose what pages to protect from there.
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Philip Taylor

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Just a note: when you've password protected pages, you need to re-publish. Even after doing this, the page will still be viewable with Preview... to test it load your website externally. Having done as Zylon suggested above, you can also use the Page Manager to protect additional pages.
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Thanks a lot!
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Zylon

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No problem. :)
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Thanks for your help on this thread, guys, awesome!
Ester, please let us know if you need any further assistance.