In this tutorial, we'll use the native WordPress Password Protection in Oxygen to hide or show content on pages or templates.
We'll begin by installing a code snippets plugin on our site, and add a custom condition for Oxygen via Oxygen's Conditions API.
Then, we'll add a Div element to our page or template and use our newly created condition to hide the content on the front end if a password hasn't been entered. Any other elements within this Div will also be hidden.
Next, we'll add a new Section to our page or template, and add a Code Block element that uses the native WordPress get_the_password_form function to allow users to enter a password on the front end. We'll also add a condition to hide this section on the front end if a password has been entered.
We'll then finish off the tutorial by adding some additional elements, styles, and custom CSS to the password Section to make it more appealing.
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