Category Archives: MODX

Replacing Strings with an Associative Array (PHP)

In the previous article, we looked at using str_replace with two separate arrays, one for the strings to replace, and one for the replacements. This isn’t always the most convenient …

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StripWords with Multiple Replacements

In the previous article, we looked at a custom output modifier (and plugin) to remove or replace unwanted words or phrases from a web page. The output modifier ccould be …

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Hardening Your MODX Site

I don’t claim to be an expert on hardening web sites, but I thought I’d write about something a little concerning, basically I’ve learned about how MODX protects your web site …

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