Posts in: Access control
19/10/2008

Corporate access keeps web to print catalogs hidden from public view. Only logged in users with appropriate access rights can see them. More »

19/10/2008

The web to print designer account allows designers to submit and manage their web to print templates and access some features of the web-to-print software. More »

19/10/2008

Web to print printer account is the topmost in the access hierarchy. The printer has full control over the set up of the web-to-print software. More »

19/10/2008

Web to print catalogs can be open for anyone to see and order without any access control or registration. This is the recommended option if your customers are the general public or if you want your web-to-print products to be found via search engines. More »

24/11/2008

Web to print catalogs can be open for the public, but require registration to place an order. Users can see templates and update previews without registering, but they do have to provide a valid email. Otherwise it is the same as public access mode. More »

19/10/2008

Self-registration is a good choice when you want to hide the web to print catalog from the majority of the public, but keep it open to a certain segment of people. E.g. a web to print catalog is available to members of an online community. More »

04/06/2007

Learn how to give access to catalogues for different usage scenarios. More »