Personally, I prefer to build the web pages on a development url and then when it’s ready I move it to the right place. I actually wrote a nice guide for a blog move. But there are people who are afraid of such a move and would rather screw their website together directly on site. Most of the time they want to have password protection active in front of it so that the visitor cannot visit the website. Now, of course, you could also install a .htaccess password lock – but much fewer people can do that than a blog move.
Now I’ve been made aware of a new plugin. With this small plugin, a password lock can be installed quickly and easily. So the visitor can only see the page if you know the password and the developer can continue working on the website.
Download: Hide my site