Knowledgebase: Links
Link Passwords
Posted by Jeanne McManus on 19 January 2008 07:07 PM
LINK PASSWORD

Every Link & Article has a single password assigned to it. The user creates a password when submitting a new link or article.

You can also edit and change this password when you sumbit changes to a link or article.

USER ACCOUNT PASSWORD

The Link password is different from your User Account password  (you can use the same password). So if you change one, the other will not be affected.

EXAMPLE

If you have ten links and ten articles on our website, you can have up different twenty passwords. To edit a link or article, you will need the URL (or Link/Article #) and it's password. This is works well if you only have one link, but if you have several links it can become unmanagable if you have to remember them all.

CREATE A USER ACCOUNT

To overcome this problem of remembering passwords, you should create single user account and associate all of your links and articles to your user account. (we can do this for you)

Now, when you log into your user account, all of your links and articles will be visible and ready to edit with no further passwords to remember.

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