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I wonder if there is an option to password-protect Bitbucket Cloud Websites?
So only people from our workspace can access the content?
Or is this feature just for public content, and we'd better look at a different hosting option for private content, like APIs and SDKs?
If you are hosting a website in bitbucket.io as per this documentation, then there is no option to password-protect such a website.
Instead of hosting a website, you could use the README of a private repo to add content. The README is visible on the Source page of the repo, right below the list with the repo's files.
If this option doesn't work for you and you want to have a website, then a different hosting option may be best.
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