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You can modify the behavior of the Modx CMS or provide a system-wide value by adding a System Setting. For example, let's say that you want to reference a description for a system setting like the global template that you might be using for your particular Modx website. You could quickly add a new system setting, add the description and then reference the custom system setting later within your web pages. If you require more information on system settings, please go to Changing System Settings in Modx for a list of the settings areas/groups and information on how to change these settings. The following article explains how to add a system setting using the Modx Administrator Dashboard interface.
NOTE: All system settings are referred by the [[++key]] tag. The key field is used for this setting, so make sure to make this name unique.
Note that the NAMESPACE field was left to the default value of CORE. This is the setting for the default Modx installation that you are modifying and should not be changed unless you are working on settings for a different namespace. Namespaces can include templates or components that you have installed to Modx.
The following screenshots show an example of a test setting that can be referenced in Modx with a system tag and its appearance in the System Settings list after being added:
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