The Download Manager allows you to protect, count, and manage your website's
downloadable files. Easily limit the number of times your files can be
downloaded and see how any people are downloading your files with built-in
- Easy Installation - It takes just a few clicks to get up and running.
Installation has never been easier.
- Optional CAPTCHA Authentication - When visitors click a link to download
a file, they can be presented with a CPATCHA image to prove that they're
human. This helps prevent automated programs from downloading your files.
- Daily or total limits - You can set limits on the number of times any
file is downloaded per day or in total.
- Kill Switch - Need to stop all downloads? No problem, with one click you
can disable all files from being downloaded.
- Email Notification - Want to know if a download limit has been reached?
The download manager can send you an email for any file you want to watch.
- Pagination and sorting of results - Managing your files is a breeze with
our easy to use interface which allows you to paginate and sort your
- Charts - Visualize your data with charts for all files. Look at download
- Track individual files or entire folders (and subfolders) - You can
specify individual files or entire folders to manage. The download manager
even checks to see if files have been moved or deleted and lets you know if
- Export statistics in CSV format - Want to analyze your download data in
another program? No problem! Export any of your statistics in CSV format for
Click here to visit the download manager demo page.
All major credit cards accepted. Payments are processed by
PayPal, but you do not need an account with PayPal to complete your transaction.
- PHP 4.3 or later (with GD 2.x library with Freetype enabled for
- MySQL 3.23 or later
To see if your web server's installation of PHP can run the image generation part of
the Download Manager (used for the CAPTCHA code), try this test script:
header ("Content-type: image/png");
$im = @imagecreatetruecolor (250, 20) or die ("Cannot Initialize GD image stream");
$text_color = imagecolorallocate ($im, 255, 255, 255);
imagestring ($im, 2, 5, 5, "Your PHP installation can create images!", $text_color);