What “Free Installation” Means

As a courtesy to our customers, we offer a free installation service, where we will install DAP on your site for free. And we can do your free installation within 24 hours of your purchase.

However, many people are confused by what “Free Installation” really means. So this article is to give you more details about that.

Installation vs. Setup

To give you a real-world example, think of “DAP Installation” similar to “Delivering the boxed TV set to your doorstep”. That’s it!

We won’t take it out of the box, hook it up to your cable box, set up your channels, set up your DVR, hook up your game console, DVD player, Roku box, etc. All of those things fall under “Setup & Configuration”.

So if you want our help setting up your DAP site, then check out our “Membership Site In A Box” package that comes with “Concierge” sessions to help you set it all up.

What Free Installation Includes

  • We will upload all DAP files to your server
  • We will activate the dap plugin on one WordPress blog (the DAP-WP-LiveLinks plugin)
  • Activating this plugin will create all of the dap tables in your WordPress database
  • We will setup the Cron job(s) for you within your web hosting cPanel.
  • If we see any hosting related configuration or installation issues, we will do our best to resolve them, if they are even resolvable (99% of the time, they are).
  • We will then send you your new DAP Admin Email id and Password via the same support ticket you opened for installation.

That’s it. There’s nothing else involved in the free installation that we perform.

What Free Installation DOES NOT Include

  • Installation or setup or configuration of your theme (like OptimizePress or Thesis)
  • Installation, setup or configuration of other plugins
  • Troubleshooting of your current WordPress installations
  • Troubleshooting issues with any previous membership plugins that you may be using
  • Doing an “Overview” of your web site and giving you ideas about what can or cannot be done using DAP
  • etc… etc… but you get the idea 🙂

Hope this helps clarify what you’re getting as part of your purchase.

Please remember that get get only one free installation, regardless of which license you buy.  Additional installations may be purchased at http://DigitalAccessPass.com/buynow.php#installation

If you want us to do it all for you, then check out our “Membership Site In A Box” package that comes with “Concierge” sessions to help you set it all up.

To get your first free installation, click here.

Click Here to Leave a Comment Below 4 comments
Richard Griffiths - January 15, 2012

Is it necessary to disable my existing membersite software (wish list) before DAP is installed? Or can I continue to use wishlist until I’m ready to switch to DAP after the plugin is installed and configured?

Ravi Jayagopal - January 16, 2012


Better to disable wishlist just to be on the safe side and prevent anything weird or unpredictable happening from 2 plugins trying to protect the same content.

Chuck - April 15, 2012

I just bought a godaddy hosting account and paid for a year’s hosting. I has aweber as my autoresponder. Will my “Thank You” message be delayed due to the godaddy “batch” email process?

The reason I switched to godaddy from lunarpages is because I had 5 niche sites on lunarpages on subdomanins and they all got hacked and taken down by goggle because of Russian redirects.

Is liquidhost more secure than godaddy? I can’t afford to keep losing money to these crazy hackers!

Ravi Jayagopal - April 16, 2012


Godaddy’s servers seem to be setup differently for different accounts. Not sure if they do “batched emails” for all accounts, but we have seen that they do so for some.

As far as security is concerned, we have not seen anything that says Godaddy is secure than Liquidweb, or vice versa. So you should be fine with either one.

Your best bet is to ask Godaddy how their email systems will work for the type of hosting account you’re signed up for, and whether they will be batching real-time outgoing emails.


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