A multi-site implementation of mojoPortal might make sense for any number of reasons; separate sites for multiple locations, child sites for different departments, or reduced maintenance overhead for a related group of sites. Thankfully, mojoPortal makes this an easy process, as does Arvixe. Let’s walk through the steps of creating multiple sites on a single Arvixe instance.
Today I’m going to set up a separate mojoPortal instance for my hardware specialist to have his own website. Since he’s more focused on hardware than software, it’ll be less overhead for me to manage it as a child site of the main mojoPortal instance, IndigoTea.com
First, I’ll log into the IndigoTea.com admin section; under Site Settings, I’ll click the “New Site” link. Learn More
Did you know it is possible to block non authenticated users from going to a specific page of your Clip-Bucket powered website? Well yeah! You can redirect non authenticated users to the sign up page automatically if you set this short code in your pages.
Difficulty level: Easy
One of the best features of mojoPortal as a content management system is the ease with which you can apply a custom skin, to implement a unique look and feel designed specifically for the needs of your client. As of version 18.104.22.168, mojoPortal supports HTML5 & CSS3. Let’s explore what that means for designers and developers.
From the announcement about this enhancement to mojoPortal, as mentioned here: “including better support for use of newer html 5 structural elements (like article, nav, and aside) configured from theme.skin. In these example skins we are using article and header for HTML Content and blog features and aside for page and blog side columns as well as nav to wrap the menus and paging links.” Learn More