Having others available to help manage and edit your site shouldn’t be difficult…and it isn’t! Controlling member access of site resources once they’re signed in is also easy. The following screen-cast will introduce you to administrative tools to help you achieve just that.
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Getting locked out of the MODX Revolution Manager is a nasty turn of events, especially if you have a looming deadline. It has several causes and a number of possible solutions. In some of the steps below, it’s assumed that the table prefix for your MODX database is
modx_. If it’s not, use the correct prefix. It will be easy to tell because it will be the prefix on all, or almost all, of the tables in the MODX database. Learn More
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Password masking (those bullets that appear when you type a password) became a normal practice in user interface design for computer screens. The reason for that was to prevent other people from looking into your screen and memorizing your password. However, recently many user experience designers have started arguing that password masking is unnecessary and should be stopped. One of the reasons which make people feel that is the increased usage of mobile devices and tablet PCs. People who are in favor of password masking argue that users may still need to enter password on a non-private screen, like in offices, screen projectors, or in crowded public spaces.
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