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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Developers often have to do some work related to database, such as backups, database edits, etc. But usually the clients don’t even know what is MySQL database and where to get the database access details, they usually give just FTP or hosting control panel access. Even if you have access to hosting cPanel, there might […]
If you get this error while trying to execute a bash/shell script (.sh) /bin/bash^M: bad interpreter: no such file or directory Then you should check the EOL (end of line) format of your script and convert that to Unix (for example, notepad++ can do it: Edit -> EOL conversion)
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.
I often work with 3rd party code and I’m often confused by so much html code. SEO professionals know that text/code ratio is very important so you should save every byte of code when it’s possible. Today I want to focus on image tag and the ways people use it in a bad (or just […]
Every web developer will face with this question some time. Some prefer to create workarounds, some are searching for ready solutions over world wide web. I really like jQuery and use its power and simplicity to perform tasks like scrolling the page down or top to a certain place.
I’ve created a bundle pack with 10 free concrete5 themes found on smartwebprojects.net. Download it here: http://www.denisvlasov.net/concrete5-themes-pack1.zip
I’ve been writing a module for OpenERP and noticed that if you don’t specify license for your module in __terp__.py file, it will default to GPL-2. If you need to use another license, you will have to add "license" field in your __terp__.py file.
Smart Web Projects released another theme for concrete5 audience: I really like this theme, because it is: – simple and clean; – universal (can be used for any website & purpose); – simply nice.