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When someone goes to a page that is password protected by mistake, there is no navigation bar to get them to go “back”. They can hit their browser’s back button, but can’t navigate within the site.  Is there a way to get at least the home button on this pop up when someone accidentally ends up on a password protected page?

 

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Just now, Jean218 said:

Is there a way to get at least the home button on [a page that is password protected] when someone accidentally ends up on a password protected page?

Yes. You can style the lock screen in Website (scroll down past all your pages) > System Pages > Lock Screen.

 

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