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|Plug your messenger into your server Image updated on Dec. 20 2007 at 10:18 pm GMT, in Stay tuned to your server|
|Be informed by e-mail Image updated on Dec. 20 2007 at 10:15 pm GMT, in Stay tuned to your server|
|Check the database overview Image updated on Dec. 20 2007 at 10:14 pm GMT, in Stay tuned to your server|
|How to start the Setup Assistant? - Once you have pushed script files at your web site, you can trigger YACS to enter the setup process. |
Edited on Dec. 18 2007 at 09:06 pm GMT, in Software installation and upgrade
|How to link to your gravatar? - If you create a new user profile and provide your e-mail address, YACS will automatically use your gravatar, if one exists.
Or maybe your user profile has been defined some times ago, and you want to change it to benefit from your brand new gravatar?
Since YACS combines your gravatar with the library of avatar files at one single page, switching to a new avatar becomes as simple as clicking on an image. |
File uploaded on Aug. 28 2007 at 06:09 am GMT, in Membership
|How to use w.bloggar with yacs? Edited on May 6 2007 at 10:23 pm GMT, in Authoring|
|How to create a media server at home? - Add YACS to one computer of your local area network, the share film and music files.
This page explains setup and configuration details to do exactly that. |
Commented on Nov. 1 2005 at 10:49 pm GMT, in Content management
|How to select a skin? Edited on Mar. 10 2005 at 03:00 am GMT, in Design handbook|
|Monitor the review queue Commented on Feb. 5 2005 at 12:59 am GMT, in Stay tuned to your server|
|How to select an avatar? - You could already post an image to your user profile. A simple operation, but reserved to those able to create images.
For those who have no time for such a thing, there is now a more straightforward solution: select one image in our shared library. Your avatar is two-clicks ago from here! |
Published on Nov. 3 2004 at 10:16 pm GMT, in Membership
|How to authenticate remotely? - If you have registered to some YACS or Drupal web site, you can reuse credentials at other servers instead of creating user profiles everywhere. |
Commented on Oct. 9 2004 at 10:39 pm GMT, in Membership
|How to monitor a YACS server using RSS? - Actually it is almost as simple as the usual subscription to any RSS feed. We only have added some HTTP authentication to restrict access to associates. |
Link updated on Oct. 6 2004 at 10:15 am GMT, in Syndication
|How to create a button from an image?
- You can add any number of buttons to a page. All you have to do is to add links to uploaded images. |
Published on Sep. 20 2004 at 08:11 pm GMT, in Authoring
|How to use bookmarklets? - YACS bookmarklets have been designed to make blogging even more easy than before. |
Published on Aug. 15 2004 at 09:24 am GMT, in Authoring
|How to post articles through web forms? - Once you have authenticated to a YACS server as a valid member, it is quite a straightforward process. |
Published on Jul. 7 2004 at 06:43 pm GMT, in Authoring
|How to weblog from an off-line Palm? - Install webLog, from handx, on your Palm, and express yourself on the move.
On the next synchronisation, your blog entries will be pushed to your web site. |
Edited on June 21 2004 at 11:35 pm GMT, in Authoring
|How to interface YACS with AvantGo? - If you have a mobile device running PalmOs or if it is a PocketPC, you can now use it to access web content managed by YACS. |
Edited on June 11 2004 at 11:07 pm GMT, in Syndication
|How to type YACS codes with w.bloggar? - On one hand, we have this fantastic tool to write to the web - w.bloggar. On the other hand, we have these nice codes that YACS process to produce pretty pages. Can we combine both? Yes, learn here how to get the most of YACS codes in w.bloggar. |
Link posted on Mar. 26 2004 at 12:27 am GMT, in Authoring
|How to categorize a page with w.bloggar? - With w.bloggar you could post a new page. Now you can also link it to any category of your yacs server before posting. |
Edited on Oct. 27 2003 at 11:13 am GMT, in Authoring