1

(4 replies, posted in Projects)

Nice to see this. I think that it will be very helpful for users.

Any way to translate the documentation in several languages?

2

(5 replies, posted in Themes)

jmonroe wrote:

Is this available?

What do you mean? This theme is not included in monstra, but can be included manually changing some things like has made the user Fullzero.

3

(3 replies, posted in General discussion)

Thank you very much for all your work, is really impressive. wink

4

(2 replies, posted in Showcase)

Very nice. Good job. wink

5

(9 replies, posted in General discussion)

@dextra: Nice dog! smile

Best regards and Happy New Year for you and your dog. wink

6

(9 replies, posted in General discussion)

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to Monstra Community. smile

7

(3 replies, posted in General discussion)

Okay, if you want to edit the message then do the following:

1). Go to the directory where you installed Monstra.
2). Go to: engine/Site.php (open the file with your text editor)
3). Find the line:

public static function powered()
    {
        return __('Powered by', 'system').' <a href="http://monstra.org" target="_blank">Monstra</a> ' . Monstra::VERSION;
    }

4). Change all text that is in the return. Example:

public static function powered()
    {
        return __('I am from Nicaragua', 'system');
    }

5). Save the changes and see the magic.

Best regards to the Monstra Community. wink

8

(3 replies, posted in General discussion)

mashayo wrote:

1. How can I edit the "Powered by Monstra CMS" message in the front-end? Which file should I edit.

you have to go to: Extensions -> Themes and on the section: "Chunks" edit the footer ... then search this line:

<?php echo Site::powered(); ?>

9

(7 replies, posted in Development)

fadlisaad wrote:

Great work!

you're welcome! ... we are here to help, friend. wink

10

(3 replies, posted in Questions)

In this post I found what I needed: Protect from direct access to the admin smile

11

(7 replies, posted in Development)

fadlisaad wrote:

I've try your solution, but there is few limitation found:

  • Only on first login you can't access the URL without /admin/?test. Once login, then logout, the session is not destroy. Now I can login without /admin/?test

This is because the cookie has a duration of 600 seconds = 10 minutes (time that can be accessed without /admin/?test).

You can change this value in the line:

Cookie::set('key', sha1($secretkey), 600);

but is not necessary because the cookie is created only when you log in. tongue

12

(7 replies, posted in Development)

Really works! ... Thank you for taking the time to do all this. wink

13

(1 replies, posted in General discussion)

Wow! really awesome, hopefully @Awilum can solve these vulnerabilities. sad

thank you very much for the notification. wink

This is an excellent idea. smile

Best regards. wink

15

(26 replies, posted in Alpha & Beta)

Right, sorry for bad comment. roll

16

(3 replies, posted in Questions)

I hope you can implement this feature in the admin panel to facilitate the work. big_smile

17

(3 replies, posted in Questions)

Hi all, I am writing because I would like to know how to change the path to the administration of Monstra.

- Example: http://example.com/admin/

- for this: http://example.com/login/

18

(26 replies, posted in Alpha & Beta)

It looks awesome. Status: Waiting for the final version. big_smile

19

(18 replies, posted in Plugins)

excellent editor. works well. smile