I am writing a new add on that I intend to submit to the marketplace.
What is the best way to get a general idea that my code is on the right track, or if not then to get suggestive feedback to improve it before submitting?
I have kind of a unique situation. I'm in the process of porting Backup Pro to Concrete5 and I recently learned there's a Linter available to validate the code for inclusion into the marketplace. Inclusion into the marketplace is VERY important …
I'm using 188.8.131.52 with php 5.4 single, cache settings are -
block cache - off, overrides cache - off, full page caching - off,
expire pages from cache settings - every 6 hours.
I just received this error message -
Fatal error: Uncaught exception '…
I am working on converting an existing 5.6 Marketplace Add-on to a 5.7 Marketplace Add-on.
5.7 Documentation for third party libraries are now delivered by the Composer Dependency Manager.
I have followed the steps listed for using Composer to add the l…
I've got a new theme in for approval and there's two things that are catching me out when I generate a content.xml file to enable full content swap.
First off, I've got a link in a global area that's not working when full content swap is imported in.
I've seen many people that still uses old install.txt that was originally made prior to concrete5.5. "Add Functionality" menu no longer exist since 5.5. So we should fix the install.txt as follows.
It's time to fix the sentences.
# For add-ons that …