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Miscellaneous site settings section

Use TinyMCE HTML editor? Yes or No
TinyMCE is an easy to use word processor that comes included with PHP-Fusion.
If you have no experience of using HTML but need to format your posts then we would suggest that you use TinyMCE.
TinyMCE is primarily for News, Custom Pages and Articles in Administration.

SMTP Port : 25
SMTP Authentication? Yes or No , Leave SMTP Authentication empty if sendmail is enabled.
SMTP Username :
SMTP Password :

SMTP stands for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol which is the Internet standard for e-mail transmissions.
You should check with your web host if you do not have a document with correct settings.

Allow Guests to post? Yes or No ( Only for Comment´s and Shoutbox )
A captcha check will be displayed to prevent automated bots from spamming your site.
However, if you allow this you will have no way of controlling who posts on your site.

Enable comment system? Yes or No ( Comments Sorting Ascending or Descending )
Allows for members to comments on posted content from News items, Photos, Articles etc.
If you don't want to allow this, disable the setting.
If enabled, comments can usually be turned on or off for each individual section that supports commenting.

Enable avatar comments? Yes or No
This will show the user´s avatar in the comment´s if the function is enabled in your Theme.

Enable ratings system? Yes or No
Articles, News Items,Articles,Photos and Custom pages can be rated by members if enabled.
You will have the choice to allow each individual item to be rated or not if enabled.

Enable visitor counter? Yes or No
Enables or disables the unique visitor counter in the footer of your site.
The counter will work in all Themes that have the showcounter function included.

Display render time (in footer)? No, Yes all visitors or Yes only Admins
If the function is included with your Theme, the render time can be displayed in the site footer.
It is the time it takes for your the page(s) to load.

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