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How to Make a Password on a Blogger Static Page

Hi blogger friend, this time the admin will make a trick for friends who want to create a password on the static page of the blogger. When you have a page or page that is confidential, it is mandatory to password the page from visitors. I personally also often use this for privacy purposes. Well, for friends who need it, the admin admin wants to share about using passwords in the blogger page. Here's the full review from me.

Actually this method can also be done in posts or articles. But most people prefer to use this trick on a static page. When you make a page on a blog that is confidential and only you can know the contents. Then use javascript to secure it. Besides simple JavaScript to be used, it is definitely very appropriate to use because we can secure it via encrypted javascript.

Passwords are used to protect against the number of people who can see the contents of the page. You can keep things confidential, so you can remember the interests you have. For now many uses like passwords have been used and proven successful. When you want to change your password at any time, it is very possible. I also recommend this as a learning media for those of you who want to learn javascript coding easily.

Many of my colleagues have asked this, and I will fulfill it by making a tutorial here so that it can be seen by many people in need. Okay, let's follow how to make it more complete below.

How to Make a Password on a Page / Post Blog Article

The following method, you can also use the post article, but for my advice it would be better to use it on the page only. Because the page will not appear on your blog portal. There are two methods that I want to explain here, the first one is using a password, and the second is the use of more than one password.

I will start first to use one password on the blogger page.

Making 1 Login Password on Static Pages Blogger

To use only one password on the blogger page, please follow the following guidelines. Usually this is used so as not to forget most passwords, so this is the first recommendation for logging in on the blog page.

  • Login to Blogger Dashboard
  • Enter Menu Page / Page
  • Create [1945909] New page If already had pages, just use the old ones
  • Enter HTML Writing Menu.
  • Enter the Following Codes Right on the Most Above.
  • Change var jkpass1 = ( jagoankodekeren ) as your password.
  • Change window.location https://monyetgabutsukakode.blogspot.com/p/laman-statis-di-password- blogger.html [1945912] (Being a Wanted Page Url Password)
  • Save / Update
  • See the Results.

Application of the Code As follows:

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 Before the password is filled in, your page will not appear until you actually enter the correct password according to the script that was filled in. </p>
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 Making More Than One Blogger Static Page Password </h3>
<p>In the second part is the use of more than one password, the script below can be modified so that you can have many passwords. For example, I use only 2 passwords here. If you want to add it again, just add another if branching in the following javascript section. Please follow the guide below, if you want more than one password on the blogger's static page. </p>
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<li> Go to the Dashboard Dashboard </li>
<li> Go to the Page / Page Page </li>
<li> Create a New Page (If You Have a Page that You Want to Password, Use Only the Older) </li>
<li> Enter the HTML Mode Writing Menu. </li>
<li> And Enter the Following Code Right at the Top. </li>
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<pre><code><script language= password security variable; var jagoankodepass1 = "jagoankodekeren"; var jagoankodepass2 = "jagoankodebanget"; password = prompt ('Enter the password to open this page!', ''); if (hotword password == jagoankodepass1) alert ('Password is correct! Click OK to open this page!'); else if (champion password == jagoankodepass2) alert ('Password is correct! Click OK to open this page!'); else {   window.location = "https://monyetgabutsukakode.blogspot.com/p/laman-statis-di-password-blogger.html"; }
  • (jagoankodekeren) is the first password, please change friend.
  • (jagoankodebanget) is the second password, please change it according to your interests.
  • Change windows location https: //monyetgabutsukakode.blogspot. com / p / page-static-di-password-blogger.html becomes the address of the page you want to password friend.
  • Save / Update.
  • Finish and see the results.

Approximately the same as the first one, Follow the laying of the right code in HTML mode, bro!

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 That was the way to apply two or more passwords to the blogger's static page. Please choose accordingly needs and needs of each.</p>
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Final Word </h2>
<p>That was the procedure and a complete guide to creating a password on the blogger page. Please practice if you really need to. This password can be secured again in my next article about using encrypt on javascript. Well, it would be nice for me to close first for this article, hopefully it can be useful for you all and see you in the next article.</p>
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