Commit b55e0d1b authored by Siddharth Sheth's avatar Siddharth Sheth

[TODO] Added EXT:ns_protect_site

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.. include:: ../Includes.txt
.. _faq:
Get This Extension
Get this extension from or
.. include:: ../Includes.txt
Configure how protected page will look like
First of all, let's configure how any protected page will look to visitor. Please perform following steps:
- Step 1: Go to Template.
- Step 2: Select root page.
- Step 3: Select Constant Editor from drop-down.
- Step 3: Select Constant Editor > PLUGIN.TX_NSPROTECTSITE.
.. figure:: Images/configuration_1.jpeg
:alt: Select extension in Constant Editor
Once extension is selected set all the possible configuration for the Protected page. Please check following image for the available configurations.
.. figure:: Images/configuration_2.jpeg
:alt: Configure Protect page
- **Set Logo:** Set the logo you want to display on Protected page. Generally, it is site's logo.
- **Login first text:** Set the text you want to display on this page
- **Error message:** Set the error message to display when user enter wrong/invalid password.
- **Background image:** Set the background image to display. This will work only if "Use plain color for background" is turned off.
- **Use plain color for background:** Enable/Disable Plain color as background
- **Set background color:** Set Hex code for color to use in background
- **Set return page id:** Set page ID where user can return to if He/She does not have password.
Add protection to the specific webpage
Once you have set the configuration for the Protected page, move to page which you want to make protected.
To make any page protected, please perform following steps:
- Go to the Page Properties.
- You'll find "Protect Pages" tab. Switch to that tab.
- Check on Enable Protection checkbox. :Add password" textbox will be appreared.
- Set the password to protect this page. Save the Page properties.
.. figure:: Images/protect_page.jpeg
:alt: Protect page
That's it! Now, your page is protected. Go and check your page in browser.
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.. This is 'Includes.txt'. It is included at the very top of each and
every ReST source file in THIS documentation project (= manual).
.. role:: aspect (emphasis)
.. role:: html(code)
.. role:: js(code)
.. role:: php(code)
.. role:: typoscript(code)
.. role:: ts(typoscript)
:class: typoscript
.. default-role:: code
.. highlight:: php
.. include:: Includes.txt
.. toctree::
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.. include:: ../Includes.txt
.. _installation:
Just install this extension the usual way like any other TYPO3 extension.
1. Get the extension
**Via Composer using Command Line**
composer req nitsan/ns-protect-site
**Via Extensions Module**
In the TYPO3 backend you can use the extension manager (EM).
Step 1. Switch to the module “Extension Manager”.
Step 2. Get the extension
Step 3. Get it from the Extension Manager: Press the “Retrieve/Update” button and search for the extension key ns_google_map and import the extension from the repository.
Step 4. Get it from You can always get the current version from by downloading either the t3x or zip version. Upload the file afterwards in the Extension Manager.
.. figure:: Images/install_extension.jpeg
:alt: Install Extension
2. Activate the TypoScript
The extension ships some static TypoScript code which needs to be included.
Step 1. Switch to the root page of your site.
Step 2. Switch to the Template module and select Info/Modify.
Step 3. Click the link Edit the whole template record and switch to the tab Includes.
Step 4. Select [NITSAN] Google Map at the field Include static (from extensions):
Step 5. Include [NITSAN] Google Map at the last place.
.. figure:: Images/activate_typoscript.jpeg
:alt: Activate Typoscript
:width: 1300

.. include:: ../Includes.txt
[NITSAN] Protect Site
.. figure:: Images/ext_protect_site_banner.jpg
:alt: Extension Banner
What does it do?
Authentication at TYPO3 - simple though sufficiently powerful feature that provides Administrators & TYPO3 back-end users a way to restrict accessibility of any page with only users having password can access page.
Each page of your website can have different password protection which makes it very much protected from unauthenticated access. Also, page to enter password is very Clean, specific and user-friendly. You can setup it as per your wish.
- Easy setup
- Can set unique password for each page
- Make page accessible to authenticated users
- Set Image, your logo, text & Validation message as per your wish
- Easy to enable/disable protection
- Default TYPO3 password algorithm
.. figure:: Images/protected_page.jpeg
:alt: Protected Page
.. include:: ../Includes.txt
1. Email:
2. Web:
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