If you have not seen it yet, we just released our 29th application, CoffeeCup Website Access Manager http://coffeecup.com/website-access-manager
For anyone who has a Website, this question comes up sooner or later: How do I restrict access to specific sections of my Website? The short answer is that the process is technical and time-consuming — oh, and it runs the risk of completely messing up your Website. Until now, that is! With CoffeeCup Website Access Manager, you have the tools to easily create detailed user profiles and choose which users can access which portions of your site.
If you’re already working with CoffeeCup Password Wizard, we have an import feature just for you!
Is this replacing Password Wizard (thus ending our lifetime updates)? If so, will their be an "upgrade" type price for those of us who own Password Wizard?
It seems similar but yet forces another purchase. Maybe I'm wrong and haven't fully looked at the differences/similarities of the two products. I guess it also depends on if Password Wizard is at end of life as well.
Thanks in advance,
If you are a Password Wizard customer, you can import your user names and password into Website Access Manager.
Nothing with Joomla is modified.
I guess I should have been more specific in my previous post. What we need in the Joomla setup is a way to setup access to specific pages rather than just the entire site (which is still helpful for entire site too). Not sure why the Joomla developers don't add more group access controls for us but for some reason they don't. Soooo, to make a longer story short, I guess I need to know, will this (or maybe even just the password program too) help us add more group access to specific areas of a website as well as full access to a website?
I have never used the password wizzard, so i have no clue on that one.
www.mainsites.ca is my website, and yes, some of it is crappy.
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