After installing Inbound Now Pro (Landing Pages), we noticed that now the website seems to be judged as not secure by the browser. And therefor every visitor is asked to login with the htaccess browser credential. These are just set for entering the WordPress backend. But not it also popsup when someone uses the frontend.
When deactivating the Inbound now plugin, everything is back to normal.
So it seems to be a problem with your plugin.
How should I troubleshoot?
Template: Ginger Landing Page
Is it possible to place widgets on landing page, for the use of RSS feeds from social media?
Can our registration forms be a pop-up rather than a static form? With a Register Now Button that would take the potential client to the registration form.
Once potential clients have registered, can we get a pop-up thank you for registration.
And again our website is a members only site, so the landing page would also need a sign-in/ Login button before they can visit the website.
This is the first case I’ve heard of htaccess passwords and Inbound Pro conflicting with each other. Could I see a copy of your htaccess file and a link to test the bad behavior?
You are using a htaccess password because of Inbound Pro? The browser says the site is less secure when Inbound Pro is on? Do you have a screenshot to illustrate what the browser says? Are you using a tool to test security?