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I have some restricted areas on my web server, and until today had been managing the .htaccess files via Cpanel.

No longer.

It was a matter of seconds to set up WAM to take over those management duties. It happily over-wrote the old .htaccess files without any problems (I was unsure how it would interact with existing files) and a quick test showed all was still working perfectly.

The tree display of your site structure makes seeing what needs managing almost sinfully easy. Well done!
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That is just wonderful!!!!
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