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SilverStripe is my favorite CMS for a lot of reasons. One of its greatest features and why I love using it so much as a developer is the grid field. Grid field is awesome but it can be made even awesomer because of how easy it is to customize.
SilverStripe has been very keen on getting SilverStripe modules into composer/packagist. When I first created my blog categories module I overlooked adding composer compatibility as it was something very new to me. With the help of my co-worker I've taken the steps to implement composer compatibility and get my module...
In SilverStripe 3 by default when you add your own HTMLEditorFields the label and the tinyMCE field align horizontally. This doesn't match how the default "Content" field looks. It looks bad, and it makes the actual tinyMCE smaller.
On a recent project I was tasked with adding embargo/expiry functionality to an image carousel which was managed through a dataobject manager in the SilverStripe v2.4 CMS. The site was using the community developed embargo/expiry module.
Posts page using your front/home page template in Wordpress?
In this tutorial I am going to demonstrate how to return custom data for use in your templates using an ArrayList() in SilverStripe 3.
This isn't going to be a debate of which method of developing mobile websites is better, responsive or a dedicated mobile site. Both have their advantages and their disadvantages and going into the future I can see both being used.
In my previous blog entry I showed you how to make a blog category manager in SS3.0. I've since gone ahead and created a SilverStripe 3 module that you can download on github.Feel free to use it on any site you wish.https://github.com/IOTI/silverstripe-blogcategories
The SilverStripe blog module comes packaged with the ability to assign tags to blog posts as comma separated values. While this is a great way to organize your blog posts it does present some problems. Users are forced to remember or double check previous tags used if they want to...
Something that at first felt like it should have been very simple to figure out but took some searching and trial and error to get right. I wanted a text input, followed by a row of buttons on an android app i'm developing/teaching myself with using LinearLayout.