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  • 🌟 Plato and our documentation are new. We have over 100 articles to help get you started and are quickly working to make our documentation even better. If anything is missing you would like to see covered within our...
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  • The Plato.References module adds the ability to easily link to any other content within Plato using a hash tag or #reference when composing posts or content. Enabling Plato.References Login as an administrator and...
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  • The Plato.PrettyPrint module makes code blocks within all your Plato content prettier by automatically adding syntax highlighting and line numbering for code blocks. You can see an example of this below... ...
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  • The Plato.Theming module allows you to create themes and customise theme files via the web based Plato administrator dashboard . Plato.Theming is an optional module and can be enabled via the features page. NOTE...
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  • Plato.Users.Notifications adds both web & email notification capabilities to Plato. Your users can opt-out of any notifications generated by Plato through new notification controls that are added to each users account area...
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  • Plato.Docs adds rich documentation publishing & sharing capabilities to Plato. After enabling Plato.Docs you'll notice a new " Docs " link appears both within your front-end and administrator navigation....
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  • The Plato.Anchorific module automatically generates a table or contents and anchors from headings within your content You can see an example of this below... Enabling Plato.Anchorific Visit your Plato dashboard...
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  • The Plato.Markdown module adds a visual markdown editor and markdown processing capabilities to Plato. Plato.Markdown internally uses the popular markdig library for markdown processing so Plato.Markdown supports many...
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  • At minimum Plato requires a web server (typically IIS) running .NET Core 2.2 and a database server typically running SQL Server 2016 or above. Installing Plato on Windows (Production) Web Server Windows Server 2012......
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  • This section hopes to guide you through deploying Plato to your production servers. Currently Plato is only officially supported when running under IIS on Windows. We do hope to introduce Linux support in the future and...
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  • An XCopy deployment refers to manually copying the Plato files into your configured IIS site or copying the files via FTP or other means to your production web server. IMPORTANT : You cannot simply XCopy deploy the...
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  • Plato needs to send emails. Be it for account recovery, @mentions or notifications at some point you will likely need to allow Plato to send emails. The Email settings page accessible via the Plato...
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  • It's not uncommon to forget your password. Account recovery is secure and easy with Plato. Plato uses a familiar email based "Reset Password" flow to allow you and your users to reset account passwords. This...
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  • Plato.Discuss adds a fully featured user community to your Plato installation. After enabling Plato.Discuss you'll notice a new " Discuss " link appears both within your front-end and administrator navigation....
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  • Plato.Ideas adds public or private ideation capabilities to Plato. After enabling Plato.Ideas you'll notice a new " Ideas " link appears both within your front-end and administrator navigation. Plato.Ideas comes...
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  • Plato.Questions adds public or private Q&A capabilities to Plato. After enabling Plato.Questions you'll notice a new " Questions " link appears both within your front-end and administrator navigation....
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  • Plato.Issues adds public or private issue tracking capabilities to Plato. After enabling Plato.Issues you'll notice a new " Issues " link appears both within your front-end and administrator navigation....
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  • Disabling a module within Plato is super easy and can be completed within a few clicks. Disabling Features To disable a feature or module simply visit the Plato dashboard and click Features > Manage within the...
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  • Discover what's included within Plato. After downloading a build or cloning the code from GitHub and extracting the Plato ZIP file to your computer you should see the following directory structure... plato/ |-- src |......
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  • Looking to download Plato to install on your own computer or server? Plato is free & open source. All official releases are available to download via our releases page on GitHub. Stable Release We would suggest...
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