Managing Concrete5 Blocks and Stacks

Being familiar with managing Blocks and Stacks can speed up your creation and daily editing of a Concrete5 website. The following screencast is an introduction to using your dashboard access to those site elements.

Being adept at every aspect of dashboard management is not necessary to building a quality website with Concrete5…but it certainly speeds up the process!
If you have questions about this or are curious about other topics, feel free to contact me at adrian.rick@arvixe.com

Adrian

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Adrian Rick

Adrian Rick

Adrian is an "Enthusiastic Website Junky" and active member of the Concrete5 community. As the operations manager for a midwestern manufacturer, he is responsible for the development and maintenence of several commercial websites. His company, Advertisers Resource Company (AdReCo Media) specializes in creating user friendly websites using the open source CMS Concrete5.

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