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 Saturday, 18 May 2013 10:44 Written by Carole Bennett Sunday, 19 May 2013 12:00
Hi! Well, after writing over 170 articles here at Arvixe, I’ve decided to try a new approach. While some people learn better by reading, others find watching a live video to be more instructive. As a result, we’ll be publishing a series of videos covering various mojoPortal topics. If there’s a topic you’d like to see covered, just shoot me a line at [email protected], with the subject line: “Arvixe Tutorial Topic Suggestion”. Enjoy!
Today, we’ll go over how to set up nopCommerce in Visual Studio 2012.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 April 2013 08:44 Written by TJ Marsh Monday, 15 April 2013 12:00
We are going to use a plugin called Twitter Tools by Alex King to auto publish twitter tweets as New WordPress Posts. This plugin creates a complete integration between your WordPress blog and your Twitter account.
Auto Publish Your Twitter Tweets as WordPress PostsLearn More
Last Updated on Thursday, 11 April 2013 08:24 Written by Carole Bennett Sunday, 14 April 2013 12:00
mojoPortal is a robust and flexible CMS (content management system), and like the old Timex commercial, “takes a licking and keeps on ticking”. This is better for your users, in that they’ll seldom see an actual error message, but when you’re trying to troubleshoot something complex, or involving a third-party plugin or implementation, this can create some frustration. That’s when it’s time to start checking the System Log feature that’s built into mojoPortal.Learn More
Last Updated on Tuesday, 9 April 2013 02:05 Written by Carole Bennett Friday, 12 April 2013 12:00
One of the coolest features to be added to mojoPortal recently (as of 188.8.131.52) is the inline editing feature. It’s clean, simple and easy, but it can be slightly confusing at first. Let’s review how the new inline editing feature works, and what to watch for.
One of the few “gotchas” of using the inline editing feature is how to save real-time updates, without triggering the content approval process (even if it’s not turned on for that page or site). Log into your mojoPortal site as an administrator, and navigate to a page where you’d like to test the inline editing function of your HTML feature. Look at the bottom of the page; do you see “Work in progress”, or “Live Content” on your administration bar? If you see “Work in progress”, it’ll automatically trigger a content approval process, even though you’re an administrator on the page.Learn More