Viewing the Visitor Index Page of Your phpFox Site

This article will focus on showing you how to view the visitor’s index page of your site, without logging out of your site.

When you are adding new features to the page that your site’s guests and members that are not logged in, you will find that by default, you cannot view the visitor index page…because you are logged in.  Instead of logging out, and logging back in, or at the very least, using an entirely different browser to view this page, there is an easier solution, adding this page to your menu so you can easily access it!

In order to add a link to your visitor index page to your menu, log into your AdminCP and select CMS > Add New Menu. Learn More

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How to Enhance Your Store’s Security After Installing TomatoCart

After the successful installation of TomatoCart Opensource Shopping Cart, the following steps need to be performed to secure the installation of the online store.

  1. Remove Installation Files
  2. Reset File and Directory Permissions
    1. Configuration Files
    2. Writable Directories
  3. Extra Protection for the Administration Tool

Learn More

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How to Manage All Widgets in Elgg 1.8

Elgg by default comes with a useful tool to manage widgets. However this tool is very simple, and some widgets can’t be managed with it. For that reason in this guide I will give you a step by step guide on how to manage all widgets in elgg 1.8

1. First, we will a community plugin called Widget Manager. Download it here

2. Unzip and upload the plugin to the mod folder of your elgg network to install the plugin. Read this article if you don’t know how to that.

3. Login as an Administrator and go to the Admin Dashboard. Then go to Menu “Configure->Plugins” and activate the plugin: Learn More

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