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Configuration

Search

  • In the file, config/cloudengine.php, set $config['x_search'] to TRUE.
  • Create the search index, by logging on as an admin and going to the following URL: http://<your server>/search/create

Moderation

  • You will need an account with Mollom. Copy system/application/config/mollom.php.dist to system/application/config/mollom.php and enter your Mollom keys.
  • In the cloudengine.php config file, set $config['x_moderation'] to TRUE. If you wish you can also change $config['whitelist_domains'] to change which e-mail address domains are whitelisted so are not moderated.

Captchas

  • In the cloudengine.php config file, set $config['x_captcha'] to TRUE and change any of the other captcha settings that you want to change. Double check that there is a tmp directory in your data directory that is writeable by apache.

Internationalisation

  • Ensure you have GNU Gettext or Poedit installed (Gettext is included/installable in most Linux distributions).
  • Compile the .po files e.g.
$ cd /var/www/cloudworks/system/application/language/el/LC_MESSAGES
$ msgfmt --output-file=cloudworks.mo cloudworks.po
  • In the cloudengine.php config file, set $config['x_translate'] to TRUE.

Twitter on cloudscapes

  • In the cloudengine.php config file, set $config['x_twitter'] to TRUE and enter a twitter username and password for $config['x_twitter_username'] and $config['x_twitter_password'].

Google Analytics

  • In the cloudengine.php config file, set $config['x_google_analytics'] to TRUE and enter you google analytics code under $config['google_analytics'].

Google Gadgets

  • In the cloudengine.php config file, set $config['x_gadgets'] to TRUE and enter a Google Friend Connect key for $config['x_gadgets_gfc_key'].

API

  • In the cloudengine.php config file, set $config['x_api'] to TRUE and change any of the other API config settings that you want to change.

How to change the theme

  • Create a new directory in the themes directory for your theme and place the files for the theme there (see the aurora theme for an example of files). You can add a style sheet to override any default styles you want to override, logo, banner and favicon.
  • In the cloudengine.php config file, set $config['theme_stylesheet'], $config['theme_logo']}}}, $config['theme_banner'], $config['theme_favicon'] to the appropriate paths.

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