The syndicate module allows you to display a link that allows users to take a feed from your site. It will only display on pages for which feeds are possible. That means it will not display on single article, contact or weblinks pages, such as this one. Help
System plugins operate every time a page on your site loads. They control such things as your URLS, whether users can check a "remember me" box on the login module, and whether caching is enabled. Â New in 1.6 is the redirect plugin that with the redirect component assist you in managing changes in URLs.
- Remember me Help
- SEFÂ Help
- DebugÂ Help
- CacheÂ Help
- LogÂ Help
- RedirectÂ Help
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