Last Updated on Saturday, 25 August 2012 01:06 Written by Antonin Tuesday, 28 August 2012 12:00
Adapt your gallery to your website!
You have created your gallery but for the moment it doesn’t correspond to what you want? Don’t worry, the simple gallery parameters are here to help you.
Let’s see them and get your dream gallery!
The basic parameters
You find them for almost all the Silex components.
They concern:Learn More
Last Updated on Tuesday, 7 August 2012 09:53 Written by Antonin Tuesday, 7 August 2012 12:00
Add a great gallery to your Silex’s website!
Summer is here and vacations picture are coming…what about creating a dedicated website with Silex and using the simple gallery plugin to share your best memories?
In this tutorial, we will see how to create a gallery with the related plugin. Let’s go!
Step 1: Your pictures
Of course, to create a gallery you need pictures!
Select the wanted pictures in png and/or jpg format (both are working).
Rename it in a simple way (for example: picture1, picture2, picture3, etc…)
Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 June 2012 02:35 Written by Ken Griffith Sunday, 1 July 2012 12:00
In books and published works an oversized “Initial” fancy letter, or “Dropcap” is often used as the first letter of a book or chapter. This is sometimes found in high quality website designs as well, but is not very common on sites with generated content due to the extra work involved to set it up. Here is a handy way to add dropcaps to your CMS Made Simple website.
I have made a little CMS Made Simple plugin called “Dropcaps” that you can install on your CMSMS site by saving it to the “plugins” folder of your web root. Once you have done that, it will appear in your “tags” list under Extensions in the admin panel.
This plugin is a SMARTY modifier that parses a blob of text, detects the first block level element (paragraph or div), and then wraps the first letter in two <span> tags with certain classes like this:Learn More
Last Updated on Saturday, 23 June 2012 04:12 Written by Richi González Monday, 25 June 2012 12:00
Whenever I am developing, I need to know where the script fails, what is currently doing, what values variables have, etc, therefore I always use a simple messages/errors script for debugging that will throw all the messages and errors to the top of the page.
Difficulty level: Easy
1. Create/Open a PHP file
2. Declare our variable $msg as an arrayLearn More
Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 May 2012 01:35 Written by Nic Bug Monday, 11 June 2012 12:00
In Part 1 we have learned how to assign multiple keywords (tags) to entries of CGBlog Module. Now I want to show you how to retrieve these tags in order to make them visible and clickable in the frontend and browse our entries by them.
We need a new “Summary Template” in CGBlog Module. Call it as you want like “Tag-Summary” and insert the following code (major code is just copied from sample):Learn More
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