Additional Front End Users module features
A few extra's that help you using the Front End Users module in CMS Made Simple™.
Tips, tricks and tutorials to make it even easier to work with
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.
Front End Users one field login form
To enter a protected area at your website using the FEU module you need a login name and password. Sometimes it is more convenient to have just one field.
Setting up Front End Users module
A guide helping you to set up the Front End Users module in CMS Made Simple™ to easily protect the content of your pages.
Admin (failed) login notification
You want to have more control over your Admin panel? Who is entering it and when are people failing to login...
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.
Honeypot anti-spam feature for formbuilder
In this tutorial I will show you how Velden a honeypot anti-spam feature added to a Form Builder form in CMS Made Simple.
Create dynamic sitemap, humans.txt and robots.txt files
To help search engines like Bing and Google index your website you can use sitemaps and a robots.txt file. A module like SiteMapMadeSimple is a great solution to create your static sitemap. A disadvantage of the module is that after each content change the sitemap file is recreated. For very large websites it can take a while... I had that problem at one of my own websites. A few hunderd pages, a few thousand...
Marking protected pages in your navigation
When using Calguy1000's FrontEndUsers module in CMS Made Simple you can easily protect the content of your pages and hide the buttons in the navigation for visitors who are not logged in. But when you are logged in, you can't see the difference in the menu between regular and protected page buttons. With a small addition to the menu template you can add that feature.
Hide forms for certain IP addresses
Hide website forms for certain IP addresses (partial banning)
Test templates without breaking the frontend
You need to do some tests at your website. But you don't want to break the frontend for your visitors. A simple solution using Smarty.