How to Use the Dolphin 7.1 Spy Module

Hello and welcome! In today’s blog I will show you how to use the “spy” module with your Dolphin 7.1 website. Before we begin, we need to install the module. A step by step guide on installing the Dolphin 7.1 base modules can be found here.

Once we have the module installed, we can access the admin options by clicking “Spy” under the “Modules” menu on the left side of the screen. Learn More

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Understanding Icons in phpFox’s Admincp

This article will focus on the many  icons that are present through the phpFox Admincp.  Understanding these icons, is a key element to managing your phpFox website.

The following two icons are seen on sections where you can enable or disable a feature or option.  For example, the Manage Modules page.

The green circle means that the option you are looking at is enabled.

The red circle means that the option you are looking at is disabled. Learn More

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mojoPortal Tips: Creating a Custom Skin, Part 1

Creating a mojoPortal skin is relatively easy, as CMS systems go. However, it’s not just pick colors, click a button, and go. There are various considerations to keep in mind, and steps to go through in order to achieve maximum results. Today in Part 1, we’ll cover the foundation elements for creating your mojoPortal skin.

If you’re an experienced designer, you’re probably already familiar with the 960 grid system; the good news is that you can still use it in designs for mojoPortal skins, so don’t try to constrain yourself to the 3-column layout that is the default for mojoPortal; we’ll cover how to implement layout variations in later parts of this series. Learn More

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