Plugins can be used to add a variety of features to Typesetter CMS. The following components can be used to add dynamic content, administrative tasks, theme gadgets and more.

Tips

Error Reporting

When developing a plugin, you'll most likely want to see any errors your code produces. To turn error reporting on within Typesetter CMS, open your /index.php file and insert the code define('gpdebug',true); so that you have something like the following

<?php
define('gpdebug',true);
require_once('include/main.php');

 

Installing Plugins for Development

Normally, when a Typesetter CMS plugin is installed, the code is copied from the /addons/-plugin- directory to the /data/_addoncode/-plugin- directory. This can create difficulties for plugin developers since changes to the code in /addons/-plugin- won't be seen because the code being executed is in /addons/_addoncode/-plugin-.

To prevent confusion during development, you should install your plugin in developer mode. To do so, click "Develop" in the "Available Addons" dialog. This will take you through the install process for the plugin, but it will create symbolic links for the /addons/_addoncode/-plugin- folder.

 

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