Redirect (re)moved pages in CMS Made Simple
Moved pages, news or blog articles at your site, but don't want visitors to get an error 404 page. Redirect them to the current spot at your site.
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CMS Made Simple
. CMSMS is an open source Content Management System. It provides website developers with a simple, easy to use utility to allow building websites.
Setting up Pretty URL in CMS Made Simple
By default CMS Made Simple creates a "technical" URL. It is functional, but it lacks aesthetic value. Pretty, or Search Engine Friendly URL is a...
Setting up SSL in CMS Made Simple
Let's Encrypt SSL provides free SSL certificates, when your host provides popular control panels like cPanel or Plesk the installation for CMS Made Simple™ is very easy.
Hide your email address on CMSMS web pages
A prefilter file that will automaticly hide an email address at your CMS Made Simple™ site from email harvesting bots that scrap webpages, looking for email addresses.
Solution within CMSMS for the target="_blank" vulnerability
Opening a bad link at your site using target="_blank" can give the target website partial access to the browser tab your website is in.
Force www on all your domains, or not...
A generic piece of code you can drop in all of your root .htaccess files to force "www.", or do the opposite and remove the "www." in the URL no matter what the domain name is.
Using strip tags in templates and stylesheets
Strip white space in templates and stylesheets can improve your website in different ways. But what are the best spots to put the strip tags? I always forget it, so will post some examples here to help myself, uhh you :)
Flexible HTML code block in your blogs WYSIWYG editor
Sometimes you need to add HTML-code to a blog article, i.e. an iFrame or some code to include a third party (YouTube) movie. Using a WYSIWYG editor this isn't possible, you need to put the code in a Global Content Block and copy the GCB-tag in the text-editor. Having a small website this works fine, but for large websites it is a different story. The down side is you get lots of GCB's associated with different articles, the admin doesn't get clearer of it...