Today we’ll cover the new Site Membership Pro plugin for mojoPortal. The plugin comes to us as a premium add-on from Joe Audette, chief architect and creator of the original mojoPortal project. As usual, Joe’s done a great job; we’ll cover the basic workflow, and my observations about the use of the product.
I’ve been waiting for quite some time for this plugin to be released; one of my clients has a premium training course that they would like to allow users to subscribe to on an annual basis, and this product fits the bill perfectly.
We’d already created a role for the premium training users, and configured access to the premium content to be limited to that role and the Administrator role via mojoPortal’s built-in access controls. Previously, the client had to add the subscriber to this role manually, after signing them up over the phone. Tracking subscription expiration was completely manual and hit-or-miss; with the new Site Membership Pro plugin, this is no longer an issue. Learn More
Ever wondered what are differences between a Virtual Private Server and a Dedicated server? Well, when I was starting in the web world, I for sure asked myself at least once this question. Time later, I finally understood completely their differences. If you are here because you want to know if a VPS or a Dedicated would work better for your case, keep reading too.
To understand what a dedicated server is, think of your personal computer: nobody uses except you. You have full control of what you do in there, the resources that are used, etc. Learn More
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If you want to have a nice backend preview of the uploaded images in your CMS Made Simple news entries, you need to do the following:
1. Create a new Field Definition named “Image” and type File in News Module:
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