WordPress – To Plug or Not to Plugin

WordPress, since its inception on May 27, 2003 (It’s already been 10 years?), has become the most common ‘go to’ blogging tool in existence. Staying within the timeline, come May 2004, we saw the introduction of the now so popular ‘plugins’. With over 21,000 free plugins in the WordPress database, and a good portion becoming “paid” or “premium”(not to say they don’t work without payment, just less functionality and options overall). From Facebook to Search Engine Optimization (SEO), there’s a plugin for it. Learn More

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Add a Custom Field to the Upload Form in Clip-Bucket v2


If you are wondering how to add a new required field to your video upload form, today’s your lucky day because I’ve written an article that will go through each step for achieving this. This has been tested in Clip-Bucket v2.6, it may or may not work in other versions. If you want to add a custom field, but not required I will emphasize that down below in the corresponding step. Learn More

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Customizing Language Strings in the MODX Manager

There may be words or phrases shown in MODX prompts, tab labels, menu items, or error messages that you or your client don’t like. Changing them is dead easy. Finding them, not so much.

Users sometimes spend hours looking for lexicon strings that are displayed in MODX. They are in some lexicon file, but there are zillions of lexicon files and they are not all in the same location. The fact is, that’s not where you should be looking. Even if you find the right file, changes you make there will be overwritten when you upgrade MODX or the Extra that’s producing the string.

MODX Lexicon Strings Learn More

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