Some people are telling Elgg users to disable a plugin called “HTMLAWED plugin” ( a plugin that comes as default in every Elgg install) so that they can embed content. This is not recommended.
The plugin mentioned above stops users from adding arbitrary HTML/PHP code onto your site that could break your site design and might even allow phishers to embed code in order to steal their passwords.
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Setting Folder/File permissions for mojoPortal
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