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Cpanel Password Protect Directory

10-01-2020

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In this tutorial, I will show you how to password protect a directory using Cpanel.

During the development of a website project, you may want to protect a website for being viewed until the project is completed.

This can be achieved by password protecting the HTTP directory using Cpanel.

Once you have completed this tutorial then why not take a look at our other free WHM & Cpanel video tutorials?

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