Last Updated on Saturday, 18 May 2013 10:44 Written by Bob Ray Monday, 20 May 2013 12:00
Suppose you want to make a section of your site private so that only logged-in users can see the Resources. As with most things in MODX, there are several ways to protect Resources.
One method is to put all the private Resources in a separate context and protect it by creating a Context Access ACL entry that links the private Context to one or more User Groups. Once you do that, the Resources in the Context will be hidden from everyone who is not a member of the specified group or groups. I try to keep from using Contexts if I can, because they are difficult to set up correctly and they introduce complexities that I’d rather avoid. Links to Resources in other Contexts, for example, can be tricky to implement and users often get sent to the error (page-not-found) page rather than the unauthorized page when trying to access a forbidden resource.Learn More
Last Updated on Monday, 18 February 2013 04:28 Written by Naveed Ashraf Tuesday, 19 February 2013 12:00
This step show you the space usage by your SQL database and by its log file. This will show space size in MB.
1. Open Microsoft SQL Server Manager Studio to connect with SQL Database
2. Click on your database to select your database
3. Create new query
Last Updated on Thursday, 24 January 2013 06:30 Written by TJ Marsh Sunday, 30 December 2012 12:00
With WordPress you can easily add your AdSense code to your blog. In order to do this, first login to the administrative end of your website. Then, go to the Appearance -> Widgets menu.
In this page select to add a “Text” widget and click on the “Add” button next to it.
(Note : Some blogs you have to drag and drop the widget to the correct area you wish to display a widget)
Then a new window with your widget will open. Click on the edit link in its right part in order to open the edit panel of the widget. You should add a title (in our case – Advertisement) and right under it the actual code that you have obtained from Google. Next, click on the “Done” button and after that on the “Save Changes” button right under it.
Well done! You have just added your AdSense code to your WordPress blog.Learn More
Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 November 2012 10:04 Written by TJ Marsh Tuesday, 27 November 2012 12:00
WordPress is great for multi-users and for creating blog sites. But what if you want to monetize it so you can charge for subscriptions? There are some plugins available, this one we found to be not only free, but fully featured. Of all the ones tested, this was the most complete out-of-the-box, and had the most documentation, with over 50 help videos. The documentation is excellent, but I found the first few steps to be time consuming with trial and error. Here is a quick-start guide to s2Member:
Step 1: Installation
Installation is the same simple installation that all the WordPress plugins use. Go to “Add New” under the Plugin section of the administrator dashboard. Search for s2Member®. Choose to install it and it’s done. The s2Member menu will be added to the dashboard:Learn More
Last Updated on Thursday, 30 June 2011 01:17 Written by Ian McIntosh Saturday, 25 June 2011 12:00
This article builds on the previous post in this series and provides a step by step guide on downloading and installing MojoPortal on your local machine. Later posts will build on this by showing you how to publish your site, customize it, add extra features and switch between local and remote environments with great ease.
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