Debugging MODX CMPs – A Horror Story

I just spent more hours than I care to admit debugging a MODX CMP. I thought I would share a bit about the process, partly because the problem turned out to be so amazingly insidious, and partly because I learned some things that might help you debug a CMP of your own.

While adding CMP features to MyComponent, I created a fairly simple CMP as part of the Example project. The CMP has two tabs: The left one shows a grid with all the Snippets on the site and the right tab shows a Chunk grid. Learn More

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Understanding Alfresco Multi-Tenancy

Let us first discuss what Multitenancy is and why it is useful, then we will jump into how Alfresco supports this Multi-Tenancy and how we can use that feature.

       Multitenancy refers to a principle in software architecture where a single instance of the software runs on a server, serving multiple client organizations (tenants). One of the salient features of Cloud is its adoption of Multitenancy architecture. Let us understand this with example there is software which is customizable now different customers wants different types of customization in any particular software. Now typically what is followed is multi-instance architecture where separate software instances (or hardware systems) are set up for different client organizations but there is one more option a multitenant architecture, where a software application is designed to virtually partition its data and configuration, and each client organization works with a customized virtual application instance. Learn More

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Adding “nofollow” URLs via Your phpFox Control Panel

There are many ways to improve SEO for your phpFox website, one of the simplest ways is to add rel=”nofollow” to urls that you do not want the search engines to waste their time crawling.

To create your nofollow urls, login to the phpFox admincp and go to Tools > SEO > NoFollow URLs Learn More

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