Tips and Tricks: Revision

Last updated by mahmoudimus


Plugin Development
  • From Elgg 1.5 onwards you can temporarily disable all plugins by placing an empty file called disabled in /mod/

    You can then disable the offending module via the administrator tools panel.
  • A common approach to creating auxiliary helper classes are to create a plugin with your theme auxiliary classes and just reference all added/3rd party classes there. This will create a common central point where you can organize all common methods.
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