Change MySQL Password in WebsitePanel with PHPMyAdmin

In this article I will explain how to change MySQL password with WebsitePanel. Learn More

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Ten Textpattern Tips, #8: Speed Up Your CSS Loading

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In this article, I’ll be showing you how to decouple your cascading style sheets (CSS) from the Textpattern CMS database and subsequently speed up delivery of them.

Textpattern CMS serves up cascading style sheets from its database, along with articles, language strings and other things. There are pros and cons to this method: from a portability standpoint it’s really easy to just scoop up all your stuff and transfer it to another Textpattern installation, for example. You want to back up your posts, sections, and such? No problem, they’re all in one place – and if the backup process is easier, you’re more likely to do it, right? Learn More

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SocialEngine 4: Customize Your Site Header/Footer

We know it’s absolutely imperative that you have 100% freedom when it comes to giving your SocialEngine-powered site its own unique layout. Editing your site’s global header/footer content is the best starting point, since this HTML appears at the top and bottom of every page. This allows you to wrap the interface and content generated by SocialEngine in your own layout. We’ve carefully designed our Layout Editor in SE4 to help you achieve this easily. There are several ways to go about it; I’ll outline some suggested methods here.

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