mojoPortal Tips: Creating a Custom Skin, Part 4

In today’s post, we’ll cover how to get your custom skin and contents to your staging/live server for review.

Before we begin, it’s a good idea to review “Pre-Configuring Content in mojoPortal” – this is one of the big helpers for getting a robust “live template” deployed to a different environment, without undue stress and headache.

Uploading the skin is fairly straightforward, but if you’re like most designers, your design doesn’t stop at the header and footer. On your local mojoPortal instance, lay out all your features as you want them to appear on the live site; you can use lorem ipsum content, if it’s easier for you at this stage, or you don’t have the final content as supplied by the client. Learn More

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How to Enable SEO URLs in Clip-Bucket v2


Today you will learn how to make your website look more professional. How? By enabling SEO URLs. SEO URLs make the URL look cleaner, shorter, and more user friendly, which is what every website owner wants: make their users feel comfortable in their website. This article applies for the v2 branch of Clip-Bucket. You must have mod_rewrite enabled in the server plus no NGINX or LiteSpeed instead of Apache running.

Difficulty level: Easy

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How to Add Word Filters in phpFox

This article will focus on how to add word filters in your phpFox website.

Depending on the nature of your website, you may find that there are certain words that you want to filter out and replace with other words that are a good deal less sharp or offensive.

Adding a word filter is a quick and easy process.  In your admincp, select the Tools menu.  Under Ban Filters, select Words. Learn More

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