Dashboard Tutorials

Basecamp Integration

This brief tutorial explains the Basecamp integration. You use Basecamp integration to link your Basecamp projects to your WebEnabled Sites. This will create a new Basecamp message for every activity performed on your site. For example, if you create a new Backup, then a Basecamp message will be created for this activity. Basecamp account Enter you...

App Deployment: My hosting provider is not listed

When deploying an app to an external server, you will be asked to select the name of a hosting provider. If the name of your web-host is not listed, simply choose Other/Unknown in the drop-down list.

Advanced Options when creating a new application

Using the Advanced options tab when creating a new application provides three useful features for advanced application creation. Custom shell username. Six character limit but you can choose what it is instead of a randomly generated one. Custom app admin and MySQL password. Provides you the freedom to enter your own password instead of relying on...

Creating and Uploading your SSH Public Key

Mac OS X and Linux This brief tutorial will explain how to create and upload your public key with a WebEnabled application using Mac OS X. The steps are nearly identical for almost any variant of Linux. You need to first open a terminal. This tutorial assumes you have some basic knowledge of how to open a shell and run commands. You can also learn...

Wildcard Domains

With WebEnabled applications you can configure as many domains as you like for an application. One nice feature that WebEnabled offers is the ability to configure a wildcard for a given domain under the paid plans. Use Case You need to resolve any subdomain of mysite.com to your application at www.mysite.com (or just mysite.com). This way to do not...

Domain Management

WebEnabled provides full domain management for each application under the paid plans. Managing the domains for your application Login to your account on www.webenabled.com. Find the application you want to manage the domains for. Click on the Manage link and the application info page will load with a list of actions on the right side. Click on the...

Password Protecting Your Application Web Access (HTACCESS Lock)

There are two ways to password protect your application using htaccess. Protecting an application through the WebEnabled web interface Login to your account on www.webenabled.com. Find the application you want to password protect. Click on the Manage link and the application info page will load with a list of actions on the right side. Click on th...

DNS Record Setup

If you choose to use a custom domain name with your application then you will need to modify the DNS A record to point to the correct IP address for the machine your appplication is hosted on. The IP address for a given application is located on the 'Manage' page for the application. Hosting Provider DNS Record Help Pages