mojoPortal Tips: How to Dynamically Create Logical Navigation

There are times you’ll want to be able to create “logical navigation” for your website; that is to say, a top-level navigation element that helps to group a number of sub-elements. For instance, you may have a top-level navigation labeled “Product Categories”, with sub-level items for each item category you carry. In many cases, it’s redundant and unnecessary to create an actual page for your top-level navigation that contains content. In mojoPortal, there’s an easy way to create your top-level logical navigation.

Here are the steps required to enable your logical navigation in mojoPortal:

1) Open the folder for the skin you intend to use for your mojoPortal instance. Learn More

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How to Add New Sources to Your Sources List in Linux


You have probably found yourself in the need of adding a new source to the sources list, either to get a specific package or just for new updates. Well, no matter why you want to do it, I will show you how to.

Difficulty level: Easy

1. Open a terminal or konsole Learn More

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How to Easily Run the Upgrade.php Script in Elgg 1.8

In this article, I will give you a step by step guide on how to easily run the Upgrade.php script in Elgg 1.8. Sign in to your Elgg site as an Admin and follow these steps:

1. Once logged in, click on the Administration link on the topbar: Learn More

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