Using a Custom URL Attribute for External Redirection

While this how-to can be applied to any situation where you might need a permanent external redirect (301) from any page within the site, I am writing this specifically for a redirect to google+ business page.

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Third party assets in packages

Include third party code libraries and other assets in a concrete5 package.

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Getting the URL for a block or package tool

A quick refresher on building URLs for tools files in blocks, packages and the root /tools directory.

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Get ecommerce product name and description for use in custom blocks

Get ecommerce product name and description within a custom block on product_detail page types.

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Check prerequisites before installing a package

During package installation, check prerequisites and prevent installation if prerequisites are not met.

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How to run multiple concrete5 installs on a single core (Apache vhost config)

If you run multiple different concrete5 sites on a same Apache server, do you want to save the disk space? Here is how to.

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Changing parent page, & keeping old child URL's active

If you need to change the name/url of a parent page, all old child page urls will automatically redirect to the new parent page url. This shows you how to easily get around this problem by adding a single line of code to your .htaccess file.

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concrete5 5.7: Add-On Development, Part 2

Now that you know how to prepare your add-on's backend code for 5.7, let's delve into the user facing stuff.

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