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Modify submitContent()’s TinyMCE Editor

If you’ve done anything in dotCMS involving the WYSIWYG field, then you are familiar with TinyMCE, the script driving that interface. Currently, we already have the ability via a plugin to modify TinyMCE’s interface in the back end. This is useful, because TinyMCE is highly customizable, meaning you can provide specifically tailored interfaces for different […]

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Splunk for dotCMS

Published on June 14, 2010 by in Administration, Linux

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Splunk for dotCMS

Introduction Every once in a great while, you discover a tool that you didn’t know you couldn’t live without.  Such was the case for us with an application bearing the incredibly descriptive name – Splunk.  What is Splunk?  One of its primary uses is as a log analysis tool.  But wait.  Before you yawn and […]

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