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11.08.2009

MODx Evolution 1.0 published

Tags: MODx | last edited: 11.08.2009

MODx Evolution 1.0 published

Finally MODx Evolution 1.0 is out, which is an important update for many MODx users. Here you can find a quick update on what’s new in MODx Evolution 1.0.

21.06.2009

MODx Revolution 2.0 Beta published

Tags: MODx | last edited: 31.07.2009

MODx Revolution 2.0 Beta published

The beta version of MODx Revolution is out. Time to take a closer look at the future of MODx CMS.

28.03.2009

MODx tutorial

Tags: HTML, MODx | last edited: 11.08.2009

MODx tutorial

Web developer and MODx enthusiast Shane Sponagle has published a very useful MODx tutorial on nettuts.con which I want to recommend to all of you looking for a starting point learning MODx.

10.11.2008

MODx-Feature: MODx API Cheat Sheet

Tags: MODx, Snippets | last edited: 23.03.2011

MODx-Feature: MODx API Cheat Sheet

A simple cheat sheet for the MODx-API makes the writing of your own snippets or modules much more enjoyable.

15.09.2008

MODx: Publication of Doc Finder 1.5

Tags: MODx, AJAX, Doc Finder | last edited: 11.01.2009

MODx: Publication of Doc Finder 1.5

In version 1.5 Doc Finder searches and replaces resources such as chunks or snippets and provides the opportunity to limit the results by the dates of creation or modification.

06.07.2008

trymodx.com: A quick MODx demo site for web designers and editors

Tags: MODx | last edited: 11.08.2009

trymodx.com: A quick MODx demo site for web designers and editors

On trymodx.com you can quickly throw a glance at the MODx manager and test the look and feel of the MODx admin environment.

23.06.2008

MODx: Search and Replace with Doc Finder 1.2

Tags: MODx, AJAX, Doc Finder | last edited: 11.01.2009

MODx: Search and Replace with Doc Finder 1.2

You can now use Doc Finder to search and replace texts in all documents and template variables in a quick and uncomplicated manner.

29.05.2008

AJAX loader-GIFs at ajaxload.info

Tags: JavaScript, MODx, Doc Finder | last edited: 26.02.2009

AJAX loader-GIFs at ajaxload.info

For all those web designers who do not want to use the same AJAX loader GIF over and over again or feel a bit uneasy about “borrowing” AJAX loader GIFs from other sites, ajaxload.info is literally the right address.

20.04.2008

MODx-Feature: Snippets – all rounders

Tags: MODx, Snippets | last edited: 16.06.2010

MODx-Feature: Snippets – all rounders

Building upon the MODx framework and thanks to API and DBAPI, snippets provide web developers with endless opportunities to develop individual functions for a website or entire web applications.

05.04.2008

MODx: search better and find quicker
with the Doc Finder

Tags: MODx, Doc Finder | last edited: 11.01.2009

MODx: search better and find quicker  with the Doc Finder

Today is the day: after a longer period of development and beta testing, I am publishing the MODx module Doc Finder 1.0. I have developed it myself and it allows MODx users a quick AJAX driven search in the manager.

16.03.2008

MODx-Feature:
Expanding documents with template variables

Tags: MODx, Template Variable | last edited: 11.08.2009

MODx-Feature: Expanding documents with template variables

MODx documents can be flexibly upgraded with template variables so that not only classic website content can be presented, but also your own, freely definable data sets such as products, articles, addresses and so forth. This enables MODx users to save and then dynamically display information.

11.03.2008

MODx-Feature:
Having full control over the HTML output

Tags: HTML, MODx | last edited: 11.08.2009

MODx-Feature: Having full control over the HTML output

In contrast to many other Content Management Systems, MODx is constructed in a way to give the web designer the control over the HTML output without having to put in much effort. Web designers who, like me, set a high value on clean and semantic HTML know how horrific it can be to be helplessly forced to watch $CMS creating vast masses of tables or Div brews that then have to be “prettyfied” with CSS.