"Do not apply password for Live" is ignored

Hi there,

I am not 100% sure if this is a bug but it seems to me like it is. Prior reporting it directly to Bubble I’d like to ask here if anyone can verify this is a bug:

My goal is to have a live version of my app without password protection and the “version_test” being protected using a password. Therefore I set the general settings like this:

  • Limit access to this app in run mode with username and password: CHECKED
  • Username: FILLED
  • Password: FILLED
  • Do not apply password for Live: CHECKED

However, in live mode it still shows the authentication popup. When I decline it I can continue to the live site without actually authenticating. When opening the “version_test” everything works as expected (authentication is required).

It is not very nice to have the authentication popup shown on the live site though. Can we remove this entirely? Tested in Chrome 114.0.5735.199 on Windows 10.

Thanks in advance,

Did you push the changes to live once you changed the settings?

Thanks for your quick help. Unfortunately it stays the same after deployment. I have tried deploying again but it is still the same. Tested in Firefox too - same result.

In that case you’ll definitely need to contact Bubble support, as something’s obviously going wrong here.

Will do, thanks for verifying this is a bug. Does it happen to you too?

Nope, I’ve never seen (nor heard of) that issue before…

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Was able to solve it myself now… Ugh! I have embedded an iframe that still used the “version_test” URL in the live site. That’s why it showed the authentication flow but the rest of the page was visible regardless if authenticated or not :smile: Oh dear…

Thanks for helping!

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