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<h1>Mambot Manager</h1>
<p><span>Mambots are essentially code snippets which when called via various parameters either activate a program, script or perform a specific function. They can be as simple as a function which replaces typed text with code (such as typing to display an image in a content item) to full fledged third party libraries (such as WYSIWYG editors or other programs).<br /><br />
<p align="left"><span>Mambots are divided into 4 types/categories that may be displayed by filtering in the filter field: <br /></span></p><ul><li>content</li><li><span>editors</span></li><li><span>editors-xtd</span></li><li><span>search</span><span></span></li></ul><h3><span style="FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Toolbar Icons</span></h3><p>Select a Mambot by clicking on the checkbox next to its name.</p><p><strong>Publish/ Unpublish</strong>: Click the icon to Publish or Unpublish the Mambot.</p><p><strong>New</strong>:&nbsp; Click the &quot;New&quot; icon to create a new Mambot. Then fill in the fields listed.</p><p><strong>Edit</strong>: Click the &quot;Edit&quot; icon to change the settings as desired.</p><p><strong>Delete</strong>: Click the &quot;Delete&quot; icon. This will uninstall it.<br /></p><p><strong>WARNING</strong>: This cannot be undone. Deleted Mambots cannot be restored as a &quot;Menu Item&quot; or &quot;Content Item&quot; can. If you have deleted a Mambot and you wish to use that Mambot again, you must re-Install the Mambot.<br /><strong>NOTE</strong>: Mambots essential to core operations cannot be deleted.</p><h3><span style="FONT-WEIGHT: bold">Columns</span></h3><p><strong>Mambot Name</strong>: This lists the names of the Mambots currently installed. Click the name to edit any of the mambots.<br /><br /><strong>Published</strong>: This shows whether the Mambot is published or unpublished. Click on the icon if you wish to toggle its state.<br /><br /><strong>Reorder</strong>:&nbsp; Click the arrow icons to move the item up or down in the list. This has no effect on the Front-end of your site.&nbsp; You only reorder to help you organize your list of mambots in the Back-end.<br /><br /><strong>Orde</strong>r: This shows the order of Mambots in relation to other Mambots of the same type. Type&nbsp; the new numbers in the order that you wish your mambots to appear in the Back-end. You can change the order any two or more mambots at the same time.&nbsp; Click the ‘Save Order’ icon next to the Column Heading ‘Order’. This has no effect on the Front-end of your site.<br /><br /><strong>Access</strong>: This shows who can see or use the Mambots on the Frontend of a Web page. Choose the level of access by clicking the link to toggle through Public, Registered and Special access. <br /><br /><strong>Type</strong>: This displays the type of mambot. Types include editors, content, editors-xtd and search.<br /><br /><strong>File</strong>: This displays the mambots filename.</p><p /><p><br /></p><p /></body>
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