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Accounts and hierarchy

How to build websites with ease

Accounts and hierarchy

From your account, you can create child accounts which can be administrated completely independently from your account.
Imagine the folders on your computer. Its your computer so you own the top level folder. You can create any number of folders in this top level folder. You can then give one of these folders to another person and let them only manage that folder.
You can access your top level folder, and you can access the other persons folder as well.
The other person can not access your top level folder.
That person can create sub folders in their folder, and give those sub folders to other people.
Each person can only access their own folders, and all of the subfolders, but they can not access any parent folders.
This is a hierarchy, and this is how the Accounts are organised.

The Accounts folder

The accounts folder will already exist in your file manager. But will start off being empty.
This folder will contain all of your child accounts.

Creating an account

You can create an account very easily by using the 'Create a New Account' tool in your Adminstration page.
Once you have entered the details and clicked save, you will see the system quickly create the account and present a progress display.
You will then see the new Account appear in the Accounts folder.

Accessing an account

To access an account, you simply navigate to the '.admin' file in the account you have created.
When this opens in your browser, this is the URL you will need to access this account in the future - and you can give this to another person to manage.
Not only can you log in with the account details, but you will also be able to log on with your accounts details. For any child account, the users of the parent accounts will be allowed access.

Deleting an account

To delete an account, use the file manager to delete the account folder from the Accounts folder.
Accounts Hierarchy
A graphical representation of how accounts are organised hierarchically in the system.
Add Account
The add account dialogue.

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