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Incorporating a form into Access Manager

With the latest version of Website Access Manager, you can now directly connect your registration from with the software to create your own online registration form. Step 1: First we need...

Website Access Manager Keyboard Shortcuts

You can perform the most commonly used functions in Website Access Manager using keyboard shortcuts. Below is a complete list of all the keyboard shortcuts available in the program:...

Website Access Manager Frequently Asked Questions

What Are the Server Requirements to Use Website Access Manager? You should be running an Apache or Apache-compatible server (lighttpd and EhttpD work too). The program actually comes with a...

Chapter 5: Working with Redirection Settings

Custom Error Pages You can use one of the included themes or make one of your very own. To add your own custom theme click the Create New Theme button and enter your theme name....

Chapter 4: General Overview

In this walkthrough, we’re going to cover how to create and edit users, and then how to grant and remove access to parts of your website. Step 1: Adding a user Step 2: Adding...

Chapter 2: Behind the Scenes of Website Access Manager

In order to effectively use Website Access Manager, it’s necessary to understand how the software and the underlying process work. Looking for detailed but easy-to-understand information...

Chapter 3: New Profile Wizard Walkthrough

When you first open Website Access Manager, you will be prompted to create a new profile. The first step checks to see if your server is compatible with the program. Because .htaccess only works...

Chapter 7: Automatic Upload and Backup Scheduler

The Scheduler has some cool features that allow you to automatically upload and backup your website profiles. Just select the Enable Automatic Uploading and Enable Automatic Backup...

Chapter 1: Getting to know the Website Access Manager Workspace

Website Access Manager can do some many things for your website that it is hard to mention them all. Here you will find a basic layout of the Workspace in WAM. Wam Workspace...

Website Access Manager Quick Start Guide

With Website Access Manager (WAM) you can Password-protect your members-only areas quickly and easily. There are a ton of reasons to create members-only areas of your website. It puts you...

Chapter 6: Importing Users

Yep! There are several ways to import users into Website Access Manager. Import from your computer Import from the web Import from your Server Import from...

Export to Shared LockBox File

Exporting your account information to a Shared LockBox File is an easy process, and we provide a few different options for you. A Shared LockBox file is a file that allows you to send login...

Can I Change the Appearance of the Website Access Manager Login Box?

It's actually not possible to change the appearance of the login box that appears when a user tries to access a page protected by Website Access Manager. This is because the program is powered...

Can I Use Website Access Manager on a Windows Server?

Website Access Manager cannot be used on Windows-hosted servers. Because .htaccess files are only compatible with Apache and Apache-compatible servers (including lighttpd and EhttpD). Although you...

Can I Import Users From CoffeeCup Password Wizard?

Yep! Just go to File > Import and select Import users from CoffeeCup Password Wizard . Next, click the File icon to browse your computer for the desired Password Wizard file. When...

How Do I Find Out My User Agent?

If you are setting up browser redirection in Website Access Manager, your user agent (put very simply, information about your browser) can come in handy. You can easily find out your user agent...

How to Use the Server Settings Tab in Website Access Manager.

The newest version of Website Access Manager offers options that allow you to control many server-level functions that you can usually only work with using your hosting control panel. To access...

What Are Error Pages, and What Do the Error Codes Mean?

When a user makes a bad request on a website — trying to visit a page that doesn't exist, for instance — they get taken to a special page called an error page . By default,...

How Do I Edit Error Page Themes?

If you know HTML and CSS, you're fully equipped to edit the error page themes you can add to your site with Website Access Manager. To do so, first install the themes in Website Access...

How Do I Block Certain Users From My Site?

So there's a certain user who keeps spamming your website, or a range of IP addresses that causes nothing but trouble, and you want to make sure they can't access your website. No...

How Do I Set Up Custom Error Pages?

To set up custom error pages, click the Error Pages button in the toolbar. This opens the Custom Error Pages tab of the Advanced Settings window . The first step is to...

How Do I Add Custom Error Page Themes I Have Downloaded From the CoffeeCup Theme Store?

Follow these steps to install your error page themes: Download your themes from your Orders and Downloads page . Open Website Access Manager. Click the Error Pages...

How Can I Track Which Users Have Logged in and What Pages or Files They Accessed?

Information about which users are logging into the protected areas of your website can be found in your web server access logs. Contact your hosting provider to see if you can use access logs...

Why Can't I See the Folders on My Server?

If you are entering your FTP settings in Website Access Manager and cannot see the folders on your server when you click the Browse button to select your home directory, you'll need to...

I Get an Error When I Try to Open the Help File.

If you get an error message when trying to open the PDF Help file, it is probably because you don't have a PDF reader installed on your computer. Here's a list of free PDF readers you can...

When I Import a Password File Into Website Access Manager, the Information Appears in the Wrong Fields.

In order for the information in your password file to appear in the correct fields, it must be in the following order: Real Name Title Username Password...

Can I Create a Logout Feature?

It’s totally possible to create a logout feature for your website! First, you have to understand a bit about how Website Access Manager works. This program uses .htaccess files for password...

Problems Setting up Website Access Manager on a GoDaddy Server

Note : Although the information in this article is specific to GoDaddy, it can be applied to any hosting provider that uses subdomains of their primary domain. Please also note that GoDaddy...

What are the Differences Between Website Access Manager and My Server’s Site Control Panel?

Website Access Manager offers many of the same features available within a site control panel such as Plesk, vDeck, or cPanel. The difference is that Website Access Manager simplifies these...

Does Website Access Manager Work Over SFTP or SCP?

At this time, Website Access Manager only works with the FTP protocol running on port 21. SFTP and SCP run on port 22, so they are not compatible with the program. Because Website Access...