Password Protecting a Post in Blogger

Wish to keep a post(s) private and allow only certain readers to read them?
Then all you need to do is to “Password Protect the Post” and then give the password to your favourite readers to read that post!

“How to Password Protect a Post in Blogger”:
1>Visit this link
2>In the ‘Key’ field, mention the Password of your choice. This is the password which you will be giving for your favourite readers so that only they can read your posts.
3>In the Plain Text Field, enter the contents of the post which you are planning to Password Protect.
4>Click on Encrypt
5>Copy the HTML code mentioned in the Blue box
6>Now go to your blog, open a new post->Give Title of the post-> Change the mode from ‘Compose’ to ‘Edit Html’ Mode and paste the HTML link which you have just copied
7>Save and publish post.
8>FINAL STEP: Go to Layout->Edit HTML
9>Between <head> and </head> paste the code (In Red) given below:
<script type=”text/javascript” src=””></script&gt;

10>Now whenever the reader clicks on the password protected post, it displays the box asking them to enter the password.
Hence,only the readers having the password for your password protected posts will be able to read  your Private Posts!



Howdy!! I am a Blogger,a Writer and a Cartoonist! I maintain around 14 blogs ranging from cartoons,food,travel,photography,sci tech,music to reviews on books and movies.
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One Response to Password Protecting a Post in Blogger

  1. Anonymous says:

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