Mint Review - Pepper
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What is this Pepper that you just mentioned above? I want to know more about expanding on Mint's features.
Pepper, in this case, is both a singular and a plural. Pepper in its plural is a name for the bevy of add-ons that you can put onto Mint in order to extend its functions. A Pepper in its singular can refer to one of those specific applications.
Does it cost to get a Pepper?
As a general rule, Pepper is a free service to the community. The only time that you should have to pay for a Pepper is if you have to have one developed custom.
Are the system requirements for Pepper the same as the general requirements for Mint?
This is a yes-and-no kind of an answer. You have to meet all of the basic requirements and have Mint installed. That, however, is only a minimum. Any number of individual Peppers can have requirements that are above the general requirements for Mint. Always check the requirements for an individual Pepper before you download and install.
Where do I get Pepper?
You can get your Pepper at the Peppermill, which is a plug-in site that is maintained by the folks at Mint to allow you to get the most from your Mint software. There are a wide variety of Peppers for Mint that you can use. They even have a great search function that can help you find just the Pepper that you need.
Will Mint support my mirrored domain?
If you have two sights set up with identical files (and the only difference between the two sites is an extension (for example, x.com and x.org)), then you can dual host the two sites on one account and with one license fee. Just be aware that the two sites have to have an identical set of files. That means they must be true mirror domains only, or your tracking will be thrown off.
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