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The makers describe Modx as a "content application platform" - for the beginner, this means that you can create content offline and then push it onto the web using the Modx Manager backend. These operations are available with a simple interface and include search engine optimized as well as search engine friendly URLs. The items that you publish and manipulate using simple drag and drop operations are known as RESOURCES. Modx references a resource as a webpage location. There are four different types of RESOURCES in MODx: Documents, Weblinks, Symlinks and Static Resources. Each page is uniquely identified with a resource identifier. The following article introduces you to this first basic base concept that make up a Modx website: Resources.
|Clicking on these arrows will expand or collapse the tree displaying the files and folders containing the resources in the list below the SEARCH box.|
|Creates new document resource. A Document resource is defined by Modx as simply a web page|
|Creates new weblink resource. The Weblink is a redirect to another URL (local or external) redirecting to the URL|
|Creates new symlink. A symlink is a type of redirect that maintains the site URL|
|Creates new static resource. A static resource a virtual representation of a file located on the server|
|Refreshes the tree list below the SEARCH|
|Shows Sorting options for search results|
|Removes deleted resources|
|Search for resource by name|
Each individual resource that you identify, create or associate with your MODx site is uniquely identified. Each resource can be manipulated. With your mouse right-click on a resource in the tree, then select EDIT RESOURCE. You will see something like the following screenshot:
Note that the Resource document has 3 tabs. The Document tab contains the specific information about the content of the page, the Settings tab contains information about the actual file (e.g. HTML, publish date, location, properties), and the Resource Groups is the organizational tab containing information on the group that the resource may belong to. For more information on resources, see Managing Resources wtih Modx.
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|3.||How to Login to the ModX Administrator Manager|
|4.||Modx: Understanding Resources|
|5.||Managing Dashboards in Modx|
|6.||Understanding Content Types in Modx|
|7.||How to Import HTML files into Modx|
|8.||How to Set the Site Name in Modx|
|9.||How to Clear Cache in Modx|
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