101: Getting Started with Mambo
Mambo is an open source software that preceded Joomla. Mambo is no longer supported since 2007 however, there are still many Mambo users out there. Mambo can be installed through Softaculous for free on any of our servers with Softaculous. The below articles will explain how to get Mambo set up on your server.
Installing and Logging in
First things first, install Mambo and login!
How to Install Mambo through Softaculous
Mambo is a versatile, and fully featured content management system that can be used for building simple websites or complex support sites for organizations of most any type. The following article shows how to install Mambo using Softaculous.
How to log into your Mambo admin dashboard
Learn how to log into your Mambo admin area for the first time with this tutorial.
How to change the Admin password for Mambo
This article will teach you how to change your admin password through the dashboard and through PhpMyAdmin for Mambo.
Other base configurations you can set up in Mambo is the User registration, SMTP email settings and Languages. This section explains these base configurations.
Adding additional languages in Mambo
In this article I'll be teaching you how to add an additional language pack to your Mambo installation, which will allow your Mambo site to be displayed in another language rather than just English.
Enable / Disable User Registration in Mambo
This is a guide on how to turn the user registration option on or off in Mambo.
How to configure SMTP in Mambo
Mambo can use SMTP for sending email instead of the php mail function. This article will show you how.
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