I have a package made by myself (it's named "dbee") that uses single-pages under dashboard for managing purposes. Some of the pages use parameters passed through the URL (I don't know how it's called...), i.e: the basic single page has the following url:
I am now using the blog function on our website. Is there some way I can have a drop down or side bar navigation section for the blog that does not show up on the top of all the other pages or on the side bar of our main page? I don't want 372 posts sho…
When i upload an image via File manager I do not get the file upload confirmation, and the upload hangs (as seen in attached file).
When i refresh the page the image appears in the uploaded files, but appears with a generic image (see attached file).
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I have been playing with concrete5 trying to build a website for a small business I am in the process of starting. I would like to have a website up and running by mid October. I have a good idea of what and how I want the site…
Looking for advice on using in-page links in a way that isn't interferred with by the concrete5 edit bar.
Situation: I'm currently building pages with simple in-page anchor ("a name=") links that scroll down to sub-headings of the outline. The pages ar…
Actually I want to display a TAB based content as a Block.
Block will accept the TAB titles along with the Select attribute handle name.
So while displaying the collections from the Main Area, I want to filter out the TAB handle and display the cont…
document.onkeyup = KeyCh…
I would like to add a Telephone Number and store it as TELEPHONE, (so I don't need to refer to Config::get('TELEPHONE') I would just like to use TELEPHONE)
I have tried moving the app.php to root/config/ but this does not seem to pick up the new file.
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