When you set a Website password or a password for individual pages and folders, your site visitors will see a password protection page before they can access your site. You can customize the design of this password protection page just as you would customize the design of any other page.

The default style of your passoword page.
Your password page looks like this by default, but you can customize the design like any other page.
About this feature
  • Website password and Page and folder password protection are premium features. Your site must have an active hosting subscription. If you're on the Pro plan, you can also set site wide passwords on your webflow.io staging sites.
  • ‍Your custom password page is located in your Pages Panel, under the Utility Pages section.
The password page is located under the utility pages section of your Pages Panel.
You can find your password page under the utility pages section of your Pages Panel.

Anatomy of a password page

By default, your password page comes with a flexbox centered set of elements, which you can customize however you'd like. You can delete and rearrange any of these elements, except for the input form and submit button, which cannot be deleted.

A view of the elements that are included in your password page by default.
‍Your password page comes with a set of pre-styled elements, which you can customize however you'd like.

Styling a password page

You can also add new elements to the page and style those however you'd like.

Customize your password page to match the rest of your site.

Styling the Error message

You can also style the error message site visitors see if they enter the wrong password. To edit the wrong password mode:

  1. Select the div with class Utility Page Content
  2. Go the the Elements Settings Panel
  3. Switch to the "Wrong password" state under Password Form Settings
  4. Style the Error Message
Style the error state by switching states under the form settings.
Good to know
Password protected pages are excluded from search by default.

Need to know

Even if you're using password protection, your site/page(s) may come up in search results on the web, if you've previously published the site or page(s) before setting password protection. However, people won’t be able to access actual page content without the password.
Browsers will try to remember log-in credentials. So, if you log in once, and aren’t asked for credentials later, it’s probably because your browser has saved your username and password.