mojoPortal Tips: Installing SSL on Your Arvixe-Hosted mojoPortal Site

With all the different ways we can add e-commerce capability to mojoPortal, it’s important to make sure you’ve implemented SSL for your mojoPortal-based website. We’ll go through the steps to order and implement SSL for your mojoPortal site hosted with Arvixe.

Step 1:  Make sure you know the domain name you’ll be using. If the site is already live, that’s usually a foregone conclusion, but if it’s not live yet, or you may be using a variant for your e-commerce area, be sure that you’ve got the right domain name identified before you place your order.

Step 2: Send your order via e-mail request to – you’ll want to request the SSL cert, as well as an additional IP address. Your request should contain the following info: Learn More

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How to Enable and Disable Modules in phpFox

This article focuses on how to enable and disable modules in phpFox.

The typical installation of phpFox installs all the modules that are a part of the script.  During the install you have the option to choose which modules you want or do not want to install.  Most people don’t utilize this option during installation.  However, you always have the option at any time to disable any modules that you do not want on your site, just as you always have the option to enable any disabled modules.  This can be done easily through your admincp.

Log in to your admincp and select the Extensions menu.  You will see the Module heading on the left, and below that Manage Modules.  Select Manage Modules. Learn More

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Customizing Product Enquiry Forms with FormBuilder and Products Modules

Suppose you are building a catalog website in CMS Made Simple that uses the Products Module and you want to show a contact form on each product detail page. With this little trick you can customize the Subject line of the enquiry form using FormBuilder to include the Product Name automatically.

To do this, use the standard Contact Form in FormBuilder. we look up the field id of the Subject line in your Contact Form. You can do this by checking the “show field id” option in Formbuilder’s Preferences Tab.

Let’s say for example, the field number is “40”. Now, in your product detail template just put the following FormBuilder tag: Learn More

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