Access section

In this section of our Presslabs dashboard you can find guidance to help you access your site’s source code via git, or https, along with the possibility to restrict access to your website.

Restricted Access

In this section you can restrict the public access to your website and require log in authentication with WordPress Admin credentials to visualize its content.

Restrict public access to your site


There are two options to access your source code (repository):

  • through the SSH protocol, using your git URL:

This method will require you to configure your SSH keys. For more details about this topic check our Development guidelines.

  • through the HTTPS protocol, using the HTTPS URL:

Details for accessing your site's source code via Git

The last link takes you to our Gitea interface—a simple, user-friendly git interface for repositories management. For more information, check out Gitea tutorial. Here you can log in with your Presslabs Dashboard credentials.

Additionally, you can clone your code locally by using the above mentioned HTTPS URL, and the same credentials. More information can be found on our Development guidelines.

The last commit made on the site is also displayed, containing the author, the date it was made and the commit message.

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