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I Can't Send E-mail With Website Access Manager

If you experience issues sending e-mail with Website Access Manager, your best bet is to go to Tools > Edit E-mail Settings and make sure your e-mail settings are correct. Please note that...

I Get an Error When I Try to Configure My FTP Settings in Website Access Manager

You may get the following error message when you are configuring your FTP settings if you incorrectly selected the wrong home directory or if you already have an existing .htaccess file in your...

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...

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...

Is CoffeeCup Software Compatible With Windows 64-Bit?

The short answer is: yes, 99.9% of the time.  The long answer is this: All of our software is designed to work on Windows 8, 7, XP, and Vista 32-bit and 64-bit systems. However, we...

Is There a Web Interface for Website Access Manager?

No, there is not. All updates and changes need to be made within the program.

My Username and Password Are Correct, but I Still Can't Log In.

Some users who design their websites with Microsoft FrontPage have reported problems logging in with correct username/password combinations. This is because FrontPage automatically creates an...

My Users See a Login Box Instead of a Custom Error Page. Why?

The short answer: Because your users haven't logged in yet. The long answer: Website Access Manager uses .htaccess files to password protect your website. The instructions in these...

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...

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...

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 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...

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,...

What are the Differences Between Password Wizard and Website Access Manager?

Website Access Manager contains several options unavailable in Password Wizard, including: Ability to allow/block visitors by IP address and/or domain name Custom error pages...

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...

What are the Limitations of the Trial Version of Website Access Manager?

The trial version of Website Access Manager is the same as the regular version with two exceptions: You may only add five users, and the trial expires after 21 days.

What are the Server Requirements to Use Website Access Manager?

To use Website Access Manager, you should be running an Apache or Apache-compatible server (including lighttpd and EhttpD). Windows IIS platforms are not supported even if they are running a...

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...

When I Try to Upload, I Get the Message "No Changes Were Detected."

If you receive this message, it is because you have already uploaded all your changes. If you feel you have received this message in error, go to Tools > Show Folder Status . This opens a...

Which Web Design Programs is Website Access Manager Compatible With?

Because Website Access Manager works by adding and modifying .htaccess files, it is compatible with most any web design program, including Visual Site Designer, HTML Editor, and Shopping Cart...

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...