Long Term Support for mojoPortal 

We'll be here for a while...

As you may know, Joe Audette, founder and chief developer of mojoPortal, has announced that he will no longer be developing mojoPortal. He is moving on to a new project built with newer technology (MVC) and as it's not easy to dedicate oneself to two different projects he is focusing on the new project, cloudscribe. Cloudscribe is built using ASP.NET MVC whereas mojoPortal was built using ASP.NET WebForms. Instead of trying to retrofit MVC with mojoPortal, Joe Audette's new project aims to take the 10 years of lessons learned from mojoPortal development and build a new system, from the read more
Posted by Joe Davis Nov 20, 2015 Categories: Content Management Systems mojoPortal

Ultimate mojoPortal Upgrade Guide 

It's simple when you know how!

Due to its structure, upgrading mojoPortal is quite simple. The short story is you backup your site and database, download the new version, copy the files to your server, open the setup page and you're done. There are a few areas where one might start over thinking the process and make it harder than it really is so we decided we would write this guide to help quell the desire to make it difficult.

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Posted by Joe Davis Dec 05, 2013 Categories: Content Management Systems mojoPortal Site Optimization

jQuery UI + mojoPortal = happiness 

What is jQuery UI?

jQuery is a JavaScript library, mostly used for expediting script writing. jQuery UI is a user interface built with jQuery. In the words of jQueryUI.com:

jQuery UI is a curated set of user interface interactions, effects, widgets, and themes built on top of the jQuery JavaScript Library. Whether you're building highly interactive web applications or you just need to add a date picker to a form control, jQuery UI is the perfect choice.

Now you might think "hey, that sounds nice!", and "how do I use it on my website?". You can find instructions on how to use jQuery UI on their website, here.

But, lucky for those of us using mojoPortal, jQuery is already built in — and so is jQuery UI. This post will explain how to use it with mojoPortal.

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Posted by Isaac Hall Dec 14, 2012 Categories: jquery mojo skinning mojoPortal