Collection of articles that describe the core AAM concepts.
Collection of articles that explain how to use AAM to archive different objectives.
Collection of video tutorials that show how to archive different objectives with AAM in action.
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Advanced Access Manager (aka AAM) is the WordPress plugin with all necessary set of tools to manage access to your website frontend and backend.
Learn more about the core definition of the WordPress role and how it manipulated by AAM internally
Learn how to manage existing WordPress role or create new one
Learn about the core idea behind a WordPress user and how it is influenced by roles and capabilities.
Learn the basic concepts behind WordPress capabilities.
Learn in depth how AAM inherits access settings for admin menus, metaboxes, posts and categories etc.
Learn how to manage access to your WordPress posts, page, custom post types and categories or setup the default access settings for all posts.
Learn how to protected your WordPress media files from the direct access
Learn how to filter content on your website posts and pages with aam shortcode
Learn how to manage access to your WordPress backend menu with Advanced Access Manager plugin.
Learn how to restrict or grant access to your WordPress website for all visitors based on the referred host, IP address or geographical location.
Learn how to restrict access to your WordPress admin side and redirect user elsewhere.
Learn how to limit access to only one of few specific post categories for any user or role with Advanced Access Manager
Learn how to install the AAM extension manually with couple simple steps.
Learn how to hide any post, page, custom post type, category or custom taxonomy from both frontend and backend.
Learn how to track any user activity in your WordPress website with AAM User Activity extension
Learn how to redirect user to a different page, URL or trigger custom PHP callback function with AAM 404 Redirect feature.
Introduction to AAM core configurations and how to manage AAM behavior with ConfigPress
Learn how set expiration date to any post, page or custom post type with AAM 4.6 or higher.
Learn different ways to redirect a user when access is denied to any restricted resource on the WordPress website.
Learn how to manage access to the AAM functionality and give ability to other users to its features
Learn how to start selling access to WordPress posts and categories with premium AAM Payment extension
Get quick introduction to the core WordPress concept of roles and capabilities
Learn more about the concept of the WordPress visitor or anonymous user.
Learn core concept of the WordPress frontend and how to manage access to it
Learn the basic concept behind the WordPress backend and how to manage access to it.
Learn the general idea behind WordPress core hook concept.
Learn more about the core WordPress concept of posts.
Learn the core concept behind WordPress taxonomies