Advanced Blog with Subcategories for Okay CMS Okay CMS
Sub-categories in the created subcategories for Okay CMS (blog)
Advanced Blog with Subcategories for Okay CMS
To promote online stores IT specialists recommend placing on the site an unlimited amount of unique content with the regular addition of new articles and SEO markers. The material should be unique, thematic and interesting to the reader, and not a set of words that make up only of tags. The main feature of articles in online stores was the writing of a quality text about the product that you have on the site and the article had a link to it. Such a link will help both in promoting the online store, and in attracting the attention of potential customers to this product. In the future, for the convenience of finding the articles necessary for the user, it is better to post articles by subcategories. By default, OkayCMS does not provide such a special structure for the distribution of materials, it's still not Joomla. This add-on will help create categories and subcategories for your blog and relate articles to specific categories. In addition, you can link the article to the article and vice versa, you can link the article to the article.
The installation of the module does not imply instructions, but it is very easy to master the information. If you have just created an online store, without changes, then you can simply take and copy with replacement all the files that are in the module after having previously imported into the database the file articles.sql
If you have a ready-made site or made changes to it, then the installation of this solution will take a little longer, but it is also understandable. The module contains only those files that are confirmed by changes, each file contains a tagged tag; articles or / * articles * / which will show what text will be added and after which line you need to make it. It's very simple and works by the copy-paste method. Do not forget to import into the database the file articles.sql
Difficulty: medium. You will need to import into the MySQL database. It was created on the basis of PRO version, for Lite version small knowledge is required, but they are minimal and not voluminous.
Created for version OkayCMS: v2.1.6, it will probably work on the entire line 2.x