How to Put Your CMSMS Metatags on Autopilot

What i love about CMS Made Simple and Smarty Templating engine is that many issues can be solved with very little effort.
As we all know, maintaining a website can sometimes become fairly painful and time consuming. This can also involve setting and maintaining Meta tags.

Some of you probably know there are SEOTools modules or Autometa plugins that can help in these terms, but as I am not a big fan of using modules when there is no real need for it, I want to show you how easy it is to setup automated Meta tags with nothing but Smarty and our content. Learn More

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Template Tricks with CMSMS Products Module

There are many great modules for CMS Made Simple. One of those is the Products module, part of Calguy’s eCommerce suite. However, there are some downsides in the template structure, so I want to quickly show you how some long unanswered forum post can suddenly become an answer with a single line of code.

The problem I was facing a few days ago was how could I possibly add “active” class to Products hierarchy navigation and Parent Hierarchy.
If you have ever worked with Products module, you know that the Hierarchy Report Template is not really the best solution as it lacks of some needed variables support like MenuManager provides.

So the default Products install Hierarchy Report Template looks like this: Learn More

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How to Generate Test Users Manually in Elgg

This article gives a step by step guide on how to generate test users manually in Elgg. Test users are useful when developing your Elgg site. Several users do not know how to do that, and instead of logging out, you can create as many users as you want within the admin account. It is also useful if you disable registration and create accounts manually. Access your Elgg site as an administrator and follow these steps:

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