Responsive Administration Dashboard in Elgg

The majority of elgg Themes are already responsive. However the administration area was left untouched and it did not adjust to different screen sizes. In this article I will explain how to set up a responsive Administration Dashboard in elgg 1.8 Learn More

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Create a Feed Display Module in Joomla

A feed is a way that users can read entries from a Web site, or portion of them; the feed itself is a file containing the information content of the blog and is updated automatically. They were created in order to make websites may syndicate their content, and give the possibility to read the contents of an “X” site somewhere else “Y”. To display a feed module in your website, you can follow these steps: Learn More

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Ten Textpattern Tips, #9: Use rvm_css to Speed Up your CSS

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In my previous article, I showed you a neat way to decouple the Textpattern CMS cascading style sheets (CSS) from the database and make them load faster. That process involved using an external editor to maintain your CSS – something that you may prefer not to do. There is another way to externalize the CSS without resorting to a text editor each time you want to make changes.

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