Once you have Liferay Portal installed, it’s time to configure it to the specifics of your environment. This means doing things like setting the time zone and language, selecting your document repository type, setting up security, tuning and more. These topics and more are discussed here.
Liferay Portal lets you display content based on language, time zone, “right to left” (that is, languages such as Hebrew, Arabic, and Persian), and lets you localize user names and titles....Read More
There are several options available for configuring how Liferay Portal’s Documents and Media library stores files. Each option is a store which can be configured through the portal-ext.properties...Read More
Liferay Portal can serve everything from the smallest to the largest web sites. Out of the box, it’s configured optimally for a single server environment. If one server isn’t sufficient to serve...Read More
If you’re running Liferay Portal as a clustered environment and you want to use remote staging, you must configure it properly for a seamless experience. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to set...Read More
A Content Delivery Network (CDN) is an interconnected system of servers deployed in multiple data centers that use geographical proximity as a criteria to deliver content across the Internet. For...Read More
Liferay takes security very seriously. Liferay has established several procedures to make sure that Liferay Portal is as secure as possible. First of all, Liferay Portal is an open source product....Read More