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There are ways to achieve something similar using only Squarespace tools, but could be limiting in the features they provide like using a QR code and stuff of that nature. You'll need to find a plugin that can be installed to the Lock Page that can handle multiple passwords, randomly generated passwords, and other features you might want.

To setup a webpage where users with the password can enter that differs from a password for the main website. Start by creating a new page, complete with styles, forms, and anything else the user should see or do upon entering the correct password. After you've created that page, open the settings by clicking the gear icon and set a password to the page. You'll then want to navigate to Design -> Lock Page. Select a layout and style this page as desired.

Now that you've selected a Lock Page and created your password protected form page, users should see the Lock Page that you designed earlier and be required to enter the password you set. This is where additional features may be rather difficult to implement. As you can see, there can only be one password and removing that password removes the lock screen feature. You can customize certain aspects of the lock page to either mimic, or replicate this type of setup. A good starting point and article to read would be over on @tuanphan's blog here.

I know this probably isn't exactly what you're looking for, but hopefully this helps a little bit.


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