mojoPortal 201: How to Sell Events in mojoPortal

mojoPortal provides an extremely effective foundation for a robust website solution. With the addition of plugins, that functionality can be extended even further. The Event Calendar Pro plugin from Joe Audette, the creator of mojoPortal, will give you the ability to add event sales to your mojoPortal-based site.

You’ll find the installation instructions for the Event Calendar Pro on the mojoPortal site; after you’ve completed the installation, just add the Event Calendar Pro as you would any other mojoPortal feature. From there, you’ll want to start with the feature settings:

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How to Open All Links in a New Tab in Elgg 1.8

In this article, I will give you a step by step guide on how to open all links posted on your Elgg site in a new tab in Elgg 1.8 without messing up your Elgg site.

1. Since we don’t want to edit core files of Elgg, we are going to download a plugin called Target Blank here

2. After downloading it, unzip it and upload the plugin to the mod directory in your Elgg installation

3. Now, sign in as an Administrator on your Elgg site and go to the Administration Dashboard: Learn More

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How to Add the Tagging Function to CMS Made Simple Modules Part 1

Tagging is a common and well known feature in Blog Software like WordPress. But unfortunately, it is missing in CMS Made Simple. In this article, I will show you how to add the feature into any module. You can see it in action here.

To understand how it works, I take CGBlog as our desired module in this case. I split the tutorial in two parts because we need new functions in the backend to let the author enter some keywords (tags) and we need the frontend management of the tags. Let’s start with the backend configuration.

Install CGBlog and dependencies first. Then go to CGBlog and add a new “Field Definition”. Learn More

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