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Moslate Configuration


The configuration influences the execution of all Moslates, that is why you might want to review the settings here if you are experiencing any problems.


 enable moslates 

With this option you are able to disable all Moslates.

 mos tag 

By specifying the "Mos Tag" you tell Moslate when it should start to process the custom Moslates/Mambots. The default is "moslate" which basically means that all within {moslate}...{/moslate}. However, if you decide to clear this field the whole content item will be parsed.

 mos tag required 

If you set this to "No" and you do not place the "Mos Tag" in your content item then it will behave like "Mos Tag" were empty (which may make it easier to use but reduces performance).

 lazy loading 

If you set this to "Yes" then the (published) Moslates will not be loaded with every page load. This may increase performance but Moslate-Activations like "Every Content" will not work properly anymore. If you know you don't use such, you may set this parameter to "Yes"

 tag type 

While parsing, Moslate tries to find the first occurrence of each tag type ("<", "{" or "[") and then uses the Moslate which matches the name which occurres right after it. This way of parsing might gets more efficient the more Moslates you have. By default "<" is not included for performance reasons as "<" may be present quite often for each HTML-Tag.

 enable el 

If you do not use the EL at all you could turn it off completly. A PHP script could still cause EL to be evaluated but disabling it will be like setting "Eval Parameters (EL)" and "Eval Data (EL)" for all Moslates to "No"

 access level for el 

If you want to use EL but might want to reduce the access restriction for some Moslates as well you set the access for using EL to a separate value. If the access for using EL is not meet by the creator of the content item it will be like "Enable EL" is set to "Disabled". EL alone should be safe but it allows controlled function execution and access to objects (like the session).


The status panel is inserted in a few places to help you identify the status of the current configuration. They will update with each page load. If you see a warning sign it usually means that you should change something to make it work properly.

 update language (menu) 

The toolbar button "Update Language (Menu)" will force the administrator menu items be translated to the current language setting.