HTML Password Lock can work with Serif Webplus.
The only problem is that you cannot use the Webplus built-in
"Publish site to web" function to publish the
locked files to the web server. You'll need to upload the
locked files with a stand-alone FTP client software on your
own, such as the free FTP client software FileZilla
Follow the steps below and you will be able to password protect
pages designed with Serif Webplus.
Use Serif Webplus to create the web pages, including the
pages you want protect. Then publish the website to a local
folder with the menu "File" -> "Publish
site" -> "To Disk Folder".
You will need to know the path where the site has been
saved locally on your computer, then you can use HTML Password
Lock to password protect the HTML file(s) you need to protect.
HTML Password Lock.
Step 1, click on the "Add file" button, browse
to the folder where the site has been saved locally on
your computer, select the HTML file(s) you want to protect,
and add each one to the file list.
Step 2, define username and password. If this is the first
time you use the software, you can click on the "Next"
button to skip Steps 3 and 4, keeping the default options.
the Last Step, click on the "Lock" button. The
locked file will be listed on the file list.
the file on the file list, double-click it or click on
the "Test" button, open it with your web browser
and test the password protection. If you open the file
with Internet Explorer, click on the yellow alert bar
on top of the web page, select "Allow Blocked Content"
in the popup window, and click on the "Yes"
For a detailed description of this step, please refer to Quick
Now that the HTML file(s) with the original name have been
locked, backup copies are saved as *.PreLock at the same
Upload the locked file(s) to your web server with an FTP
client software of your own, such as the free FTP client
software FileZilla at http://filezilla.sourceforge.net/