Control Access to Media Files

Control Access to Media Files

From time to time, there arises the need to control access to your media files like videos, documents or pictures. WordPress does not allow you to do this without using a third party plugin. While you can find quite a few good…

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AAM Super Admin

AAM Super Admin

From the release of AAM 2.5, by default, the site administrator is not allowed to manage Administrator Role or any other roles or users that have Capability Level 10 (for more about Capability Levels refer to official WordPress Roles and Capabilities topic). The…

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Introduction to ConfigPress

Introduction to ConfigPress

ConfigPress is our patented technique to control AAM behavior. The majority of plugins in the WordPress repository have a Settings or Configuration page with an abundance of triggers, drop-downs, and input fields. The fact is that AAM is not just a plugin…

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How to Manage the Admin Menu

How to Manage the Admin Menu

The Admin Menu is usually what authenticated (logged-in) users see in the Website dashboard on the left hand side. If you are the main administrator of your website and you want to grant access for other users to manage content,…

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Posts & Pages: A General Overview

Posts & Pages: A General Overview

This tutorial is a brief introduction to the AAM Posts & Pages Tab. It was created to highlight the main features and explain the existing functionality of this feature to help you manage access to your Posts, Pages and Custom Post Types (CPT). In…

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