These guides cover extended topics regarding KarmaCMS. You may also want to look over our Frequently Asked Questions page if you cannot find what you are looking for here.
Getting Started with Karma CMS
General instructions to help you get started with the Content Management System.
Instructions for creating email accounts, setting passwords, forwarding, autoresponders, etc
If you have a FTP account, this guide will show you how to create FTP users and upload files using an FTP program.
Instructions and tips to creating and managing your mailing lists.
Instructions for setting up paid downloads (single track sales) direct from your website.
Tips for encoding MP3s for the web.
Tips for encoding video in a web-compatible format.
Favicons are those little graphics that appear in the address bar of your browser when you go to certain websites. This article will tell you how you can put a favicon on your website.
Page Fades and Other Transitions
Page fades and other transitions can be accomplished by putting special codes in the "Custom HTML Headers" section of the Main Preferences.
Setting Shipping Costs through PayPal
If you are using PayPal to sell merchandise, you should also use PayPal to configure your shipping costs. This short guide tells you how.
Firefox and Thunderbird
Firefox is an excellect browser that runs on both Windows and Mac, and can be used instead of Internet Explorer. Thunderbird is an email program that is a good replacement for Outlook Express.
Search Engine Rankings
Looking to rank higher in the search engines? Read this guide for some helpful tips.
Tips for customizing Webmail.
Setting Domain Nameservers
To set your domain nameservers so that you can use "yourname.com" with our service, see these instructions.
This short guide shows you how to set up secret pages that are hidden from the public.
Users, Groups, and Subscriptions
The Users module allows visitors to have usernames and passwords for logging into the site. You can assign users to different groups, grant different levels of access to each group, and have a subscription-based service where you charge users a fee to be a member.