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Add ability to password protect at the page level.

Teachers, counselors, athletics, etc all want to have links to educational resources (external sites) on their websites that are not ADA compliant. Currently, we can only password protect at the Section level, unlike what we could do in School Center. We have to keep our site ADA compliant and therefore cannot have these links available to parents/students because of the inability to password protect at the page level. Thank you.

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  • Kathy Shore commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Please consider giving teachers the ability to password protect a page like they could in School Center. Teachers are limited as to what they can post on their website as they don't have the software to run accessibility checks on pdf files. Also, if you Set Viewers at the Page level, the page disappears in the navigation, unlike setting viewers at the Section level. The page should appear in the navigation and then the user prompted to login when they click on the page rather than having to login to see the page. We may need to consider another vendor that will give us this capability if Schoolwires does not incorporate this feature.

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