Easy Availability Page Software
Easy Availability Page Software
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Operating Manual for Easy Availability
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Logging in for the first time

Once you have installed all the EasyAvailability files on your web server you will be able to login and begin customising it to your needs.

Easy Availability is essentially a product with two sections:
  1. The 'Availability' page that your customers will see
  2. An 'Admin Panel' which allows you to change dates, enter text and customise all the colours that display in your 'Availability' page.
To administer your product you will need to login to the admin panel. To find this, do either of the following:
  1. In your browser, type in the address of your admin page according to its location, perhaps something like:


  2. Visit your 'Availability' page at its location on your server, perhaps something like:

    http://www.yoursite.com/availability/availability.php )

    and then click the small grey link labelled 'Admin' at the very bottom of the page.

Once at the admin panel you will need to login to use it. There are default login details included in the installation instructions that accompany the product. You should change these as soon as possible after logging in for the first time!

To login for the first time simply enter the default Username and password into the login boxes at the top right of the admin page. Press 'Login' and the screen should refresh and show that you are logged in.

If a login does not happen (and sustain) then either you have entered the wrong login details or your browser is not set up to deal with 'sessions'. To ensure that your browser has no problems with sessions you should test it first with our online demo.

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