A mojoPortal-based website is a bit like an online Swiss army knife for small business owners; with the appropriate plugins, you can automate and streamline many regular business processes. With the Web Invoice Pro, you can send invoices online to your clients, while keeping a record of payments available to both you and your client. Here’s how to send your invoices out via the Web Invoice Pro plugin.
We covered installation and e-commerce activation for Web Invoice Pro in this previous article; we’ll pick up from there to outline how to actually send out an invoice to your clients via your mojoPortal-based website.
Click the “Administration” link next to settings on the Invoice Pro instance you’ve added to a page of your mojoPortal-based website. After that, click the “New Invoice” link at the top of the Invoice Administration screen. Learn More
In Part 1 we have learned how to assign multiple keywords (tags) to entries of CGBlog Module. Now I want to show you how to retrieve these tags in order to make them visible and clickable in the frontend and browse our entries by them.
We need a new “Summary Template” in CGBlog Module. Call it as you want like “Tag-Summary” and insert the following code (major code is just copied from sample): Learn More
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This article focuses on your phpFox website cache, specifically what it is and how to clear it.
phpFox automatically stores a large number of files that contain information that is dumped from your site’s database or even information that has been processed and combined to be called later by the phpFox script. The script stores these files, so that it can save resources and improve your site performance.
However, there are times when you will want to clear your website’s cache. When you are developing your website, installing new addons, creating a new template/theme/style, or when you are need to troubleshoot an issue you are having, you will want to clear your cache regularly. This ensures that you will always be viewing the most recent information while you are making these major changes.
There are two main methods of clearing your site’s cache. The first uses your admincp, and the second uses your FTP or file manager. You should always use the admincp first, and if that does not seem to have worked, then use your FTP or file manager.
Clearing Cache with the phpFox admincp Learn More