Last Updated on Thursday, 25 August 2011 01:18 Written by Carole Bennett Thursday, 25 August 2011 12:00
One of the most compelling reasons to leverage a CMS (content management system) is to get a robust, functional site up and running in the shortest amount of time. mojoPortal has a great selection of built-in skins, and tools like Artisteer make it quick and easy to create custom skins to leverage a client-specific color scheme.
However – for some, one of the other compelling virtues of mojoPortal is the price tag – free! Working with a tight budget is very familiar territory to a number of us, as is the need to create a UI that works with company branding. In today’s article, we will discuss a step-by-step method to creating a fast, free, customized UI for mojoPortal using the jQuery UI ThemeRoller.Learn More
Last Updated on Sunday, 12 December 2010 10:20 Written by Rick Hubka Sunday, 12 December 2010 10:16
MojoPortal CMS works great. It also looks great. It comes with over 40 stock skins to change the style, theme, look, feel, color and more of your Web Site. In Administrator > Site Setting, it not only allows you to change your Web Site skin, it also as has a skin Preview/Browse feature which allows you to see all the skins without changing your Web Site. See below.
The Secret is out.
This year (March 2010) MojoPortal made it possible for people to have unlimited skins.
That’s right. Unlimited. In March 2010, Joe Audette from mojoPortal created a simple process for mojoPortal CMS to be compatible with all skins produced by Artisteer. Visit the Artisteer Web Site here.
Instructions for converting any Artisteer skin and installing it for use in mojoPortal is here.Learn More
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