ASPS Tag Management Plugins for CMS
This plugin enables the automatic insertion of meta-tags into CMS posts and
pages on the fly.
Normally when using a CMS the header template requires the addition of code to trigger ASPS which has posed problems for non-web savvy users and those who
naively allow their CMS to automatically update and overwrite their CMS core
or theme package.
Using this plugin enables the CMS admin to
nominate which pages are to be protected by
keyword. For example if the keyword is
"lesson" then all pages that include the
word "lesson" in their url will have ASPS
applied, leaving all other pages not
Note: this plugin is for use on web sites that have the ASPS filter
Tag Management Settings
The add-on's settings page can be used to enable/disable the tag insertion, and nominate the options to use for the site.
All protect options are enabled unless otherwise
set to "Allow". All pages will use the same security and display settings:
| Allow Capture
|| Disable protection from
PrintScreen and capture
| Allow Keyboard
|| Enable use of the keyboard
| Allow Save
|| Enable saving of the page
| Allow Print
|| Allow printing to hard-wired (non network)
| Allow Remote
|| Allow access from computers using
remote or virtual OS
|| Set the language used in
|| Width in pixels of the browser window
|| Height in pixels of browser window
| Kiosk Mode
|| Display full screen without toolbar
All CMS plugins developed by ArtistScope are provided for free and without warranty.
However this add-on can only be used on web sites that have the ASPS filter installed server-side, so it is only available to licensed ASPS users.
This plugin is available for all popular CMS (on request).
Plugins are available for DNN, Drupal, Joomla, Moodle and WordPress. Licensed ASPS users can request a plugin to suit their CMS by emailing our
support team and nominating the CMS used and its version, ie: WordPress version 4.9.4.
The add-on installers
are provided to licensed users
of ASPS only, upon request. However the installation guides for all
popular CMS can be found below:
The install instructions are included in the plugin package
After making any changes to
settings or editing a page, you
should always Clear Cache.