Moved the content to here
For some reason, my post has been duplicated.
So, I've deleted the content to avoid confusion.
I just made a coding guideline for concrete5, and made it available on GitHub.
This is rough version. (It's still work-in-progress).
I appreciate if you could send me a pull request to improve.
Also I can add translation if anyone is inter…
So I'm wondering if we should make more comprehensive asset list... which is more like a chart. Or at least, what version of CSS and JS framework that we use.
I was translatin…
I am new to this and am attempting to build my own website. The domain is hosted by a local company using cpanel.
I have built my website using Concrete but cannot for the life of me understand how to merge the two together so that the Co…
I've drafted a blog post about working programmatically with C5 attributes in 5.7 which is posted to the C5 Canada website at http://concrete5.ca/blog/concrete57-attribute-programming/
It's a WIP as is the rest of the site I apologize for the code snip…
I'm trying to learn to make custom attributes and am following Andrews " How-To "..
I get to here
Now, let's go through a method-by-method description of the controller, and show how we convert the existing address attribute type to our new custom one.
If you are using concrete5 as a web builder with Network Solutions for web hosting and you get the "Unable to connect to database" error it very well could be because Network Solutions is having an outage, unplanned or scheduled.
I spent hours trying …
I am assuming this should be concrete/config/app.php versus config/config/app.php
While all of Concrete5's code is namespaced, that doe…
I have cheeky request.
Can anyone share their code for a multi level responsive menu that works well with the autoNav block?
I've googled a number of snippets but they rely on a class for the secondary level.
there are tones of files and occurences of php tag opening not compliant with PSR coding standarts. I'm personally not a fan of PSR, however if you select a standard you should obey it, especially if it is the number one rule :)
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