ASPS Tag Management Add-on for CMS
This add-on simplifies the management of web pages to be copy protected by ASPS. Pages and sections can by nominated for protection by page link or keyword for automatic insertion of meta-tags 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 affected.
Note: this plugin is for use on web sites that have the ArtistScope Site Protection System (ASPS) server filter installed.
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) printers|
|Allow Remote||Allow access from computers using remote or virtual OS|
|Language||Set the language used in toolbar messages|
|Width||Width in pixels of the browser window|
|Height||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 is for use with the ASPS server filter and may be of little use for anything else.
Plugins are available for DNN, Drupal, Joomla, Moodle and WordPress:
|DNN Extension||Download||153 Kb|
|Drupal Module||Download||133 Kb|
|Joomla Extension||Download||226 Kb|
|Moodle Plugin||Download||78 Kb|
|WordPress Plugin||Download||161 Kb|
The add-ons are designed to install as per your usual add-ons for your CMS. Otherwise the install instructions are included in the plugin package. After making any changes to settings or editing a page, you should always Clear Cache by going to Administration » Site Administration » Development » Purge all caches.