One of the most brilliant things about mojoPortal is that it inspires a community of creative, intelligent designers, developers and users, who are more than happy to share their knowledge with the rest of the community. Here’s a run-down on the latest offerings from these generous folks.
Link mojoPortal Welcome Message to User’s Profile – “The mojoPortal Welcome Message control can be configured to link to the logged-in user’s profile. This is useful if you want to have a message like “Signed In As: USER NAME” and have USER NAME link to the user’s profile settings…”
Hide Module Settings and Edit Links – “One of the things that most of our users like the most about mojoPortal is the easy access they have to module settings and edit screens. Sometimes, people ask if they can hide these links (or icons if the skin uses those) while remaining logged into the site. Well, here’s an extremely easy way to hide the links without sacrificing the usability of mojoPortal…”
CODE at Colorado State University:
Extending MojoPortal’s Form Wizard Pro to Support Authorize.NET SIM – Version 2.0 – “I see there have been some individuals who are interested in integrating Authorize.NET SIM with MojoPortal’s Form Wizard Pro. To make this integration simpler, this is a means whereby you can accomplish this feat without a separate controller…”
Form Wizard Pro And JQuery Word Count – “Here’s a quick n’ dirty example of how to do a friendly word counter within mojoPortal using a plugin I’ve used in the past: http://themeforest.s3.amazonaws.com/67_wordCounter/index.htm …”
It’s been pretty quiet over at mojoPortal.com – I’m sure the team’s hard at work on the next version of mojoPortal; we’re also looking forward to the next release of Artisteer, which promises an SDK to create customized templates “out of the box”. It’ll be a horse race to see who comes up with a mojoPortal-enabled skin generator the soonest!