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    Here's a quick visual guide on how to create a new article with the CMS.

    1. Create New Article Button: Navigate to the section you want the article to be published in. Click on the "Create a New Article" button. This will open an article form.
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    2. Article Title: In the "Add/Edit Article" screen, enter the title of your article in the "Title" textbox.
    3. SEO URL: Put in SEO-friendly URL in "SEO URL Alias" field. After entering the article title and SEO URL field is blank, the system will auto-fill the SEO URL based on the article title.
    4. Article Text: Enter the body of your article in the WYSIWYG editor.
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    5. Image Settings Pop-up: Clicking on the image in the WYSIWYG will bring up the "Image Settings Menu" that allows you to set Image Alignment, Size, Title and Descriptions, and even enter CSS Style.
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    6. Publish Status: Enable article to be published or un-published.
    7. Publish Date/Time: Ability to set a future publish date and time.
    8. Comments: Enable/Disable User Comments for this specific article.
    9. Permission Previews: If this article is to be published in a permission-secured section, you can still allow an article preview to be viewed on the homepage or public-accessible sections. This is a great feature if you want to provide a teaser to upsell a subscription package.
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    10. Sections: This displays the current section for this article. Clicking on different section will move the article to that section.
    11. Categories. Click on any categories for the articles.
    12. Permission Read Access: This lets you know which user-groups can read this article.

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    13. HTML Title: This is what you want displayed on the browser title.
    14. Meta Descriptions. By default, if the user does not fill this in, the system will automatically will fill this with the first 100 characters.
    15. Meta Keywords: Add any meta keywords for this article.
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    PPH mid length header

    I would stay away from header wrap. From what I have read it tends to hold moisture, which tends to rust the pipes. I had my new in 2001 pph headers jet

    99dart 08-11-2022, 07:25 PM Go to last post

    PPH mid length header

    Forgot to add...
    My welder also mentioned the PPH's were a nice quality header. The only downside, is even though they have a ceramic coat already,

    GoFastGray 08-11-2022, 06:26 PM Go to last post

    PPH mid length header

    I had my headers, intake and all the tubing for a Procharger Ceramichromed back in 2000. Flight recording was not so easy and don't have real data, but

    evilrt 08-11-2022, 08:15 AM Go to last post
    musky mike

    PPH mid length header

    I watched Engine Masters, thermal wrap made zero HP, same engine/same headers on the dyno. I only ask because I wanted to reduce my under hood heat,

    musky mike 08-10-2022, 11:21 PM Go to last post

    PPH mid length header

    I cannot tell you how many times this subject has come up from this old racer stand point.
    The general consensus from experience holds that wraps

    arro222 08-10-2022, 09:41 PM Go to last post