Posts Tagged ‘cms’

Creating Concrete5 Themes book by Remo Laubacher [review]

I’ve just finished reading “Creating Concrete5 Themes” book by Remo Laubacher. I decided to read this book not because I don’t know how to create concrete5 themes, but because I need a manual resource by hand that I could refer my assistant (junior developer) to. Especially if I hire somebody who is rather good at […]

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concrete5 templates: 5 themes in a single pack

For those who is just looking to select a concrete5 theme for his/her website, I’ve prepared another bundle pack. This one is different from the concrete5 themes pack I created before and the installation process should go even faster.

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3 ways to plug custom css stylesheet in cmsms

There are 3 basic ways to plug custom CSS file in cms made simple (if you use your imagination and experience, you can create more, but these ones are the easiest and the most natural). I believe this tutorial might be useful for the ones who just began using CMS Made Simple.

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Disabling version check in CMS Made Simple

Today I had some problems with internet connections, so I decided to work locally on the current project which is based on cms made simple. I started local server, and opened the cms made simple admin. It took several seconds to load…

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Just another concrete5 template – oriental

New theme for concrete5 (again converted from WP)

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Free concrete5 theme is available

This very website is using vistalicious theme written by If you like the theme you can also use it on your concrete5-running website. It supports right sidebar and left sidebar layouts, more details can be found here: It’s released under GPL license, so it’s absolutely free.

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concrete5 – cms of the future?

Some time ago I found concrete 5 among the featured products on SF. I was quiet interested in trying that software. Starting with you. The archive of the latest version is just 3MB (usually heavy cms software takes much more space). The software is released under friendly MIT license and that is good for developers […]

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