The Mods feature was introduced in Tiki 1.9 as a tool to distribute, install, upgrade and remove Tiki components. However, this feature is now deprecated in favor of Packages and Addons. A Mod can be a feature, plugin, module, theme, language file, replacement for an existing feature, or a combination of these. Toward the end of life of the Mods feature, it has been used only for aftermarket visual themes and PluginR.
- listing of a remote mods server, by default http://mods.tiki.org/
- maintenance of locally stored mods : comparison with remote, downloading of new versions
- installation of local mods, upgrade and removal
The admin mods interface can be found in tiki-mods.php, provided that you log in as admin.
See Mods User for more information on how to install mods easily through the tiki-mods.php admin interface, and Mods Admin if you need manual install of mods, and further customizations.
- Mods site: http://mods.tiki.org