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11 October 2011 | |Tweet
It's time to vote on your favourite of this months 5 SilverStripe website nominations!Continue reading...
7 October 2011 | | | Supports v2.4Tweet
With only the standard Broken Links Report, the report admin area in Silverstripe's CMS can feel a bit underused. In this tutorial I'm going to take a look at how you can add a custom report into the report admin section of the CMS which can make keeping track of a variety of statistics a little more straightforward.
To keep this simple I am going to give users the ability to assign a colour to each page on the site and then generate a report of any pages on the site that have been assigned a particular colour.Continue reading...
29 June 2012 | | | Supports v2.4Tweet
One of my clients wanted a clear interface from which he could easily attach downloadable files to some pages of his site. Instead of using modelAdmin and granting him an access to Silverstripe admin panel, I chose to create a front-end page showing a simple upload form, a list of the files previously uploaded to the server, and a delete button for each of them.Continue reading...
TutorialsLeaflet with SS3
19 November 2012 | | | Supports v3.0Tweet
Leaflet is a good open-source alternative to Google Maps. I followed the instructions given in the Leaflet quick start guide (http://leafletjs.com/examples/quick-start.html), with a few adaptations to Silverstripe CMS. No custom icon, no additional layer, no customized css, no fancy feature : only the basic options to plot several locations on an interactive map.Continue reading...
12 March 2010 | | | Supports v2.4, v2.3Tweet
PHP has a very shallow learning curve, it's free and anyone can have a go at making a website by following a few tutorials and implementing their experience with other languages. However, coding for the web can be a risky business, especially with dynamic websites that take some kind of user (or external) input and use that to get data from a database.Continue reading...
21 May 2009 | | | Supports v2.4, v2.3Tweet
This snippet lets you add a thumbnail to items in UncleCheese's Data Object Manager module or a regular Complex Table field. All you need to do is create a function that returns a thumbnail and refer to this function in your DOM or CTF definition.Continue reading...
13 October 2010 | | | Supports v2.4, v2.3Tweet
This post title may look familiar, but it has in fact been completely re-written with lots of new code! When using dropdown menus, you will often want to dynamically generate the options, usually to a list of DataObjects or Pages for the user to choose from. This tutorial explores the options at your disposal when it comes to creating dynamic dropdowns in the SilverStripe.Continue reading...
26 March 2009 | | | Supports v2.4, v2.3Tweet
In this tutorial we are going to create a SilverStripe theme from a static template. While completing this tutorial, you will build a good foundation for using the SilverStripe templating language and be able to create themes with dynamic menus and content areas.Continue reading...
24 July 2009 | | | Supports v2.4, v2.3Tweet
The default install of SilverStripe contains an array of buttons for the TinyMCE HTML editor. However usually your client will need some extra functionality or you may want to keep things simple for them by removing some of the buttons. As of SilverStripe 2.3.2 this is very easy and can be achieved by adding some code to the _config.php file.Continue reading...
SnippetsAdding Gravatars to your site
8 October 2010 | | | Supports v2.4, v2.3Tweet
Gravatar is a great service that allows you to pull in members profile photos directly from their Gravatar accounts. It's used right here on SSbits and it also part of the Forum module. It's also incredibly easy to integrate into your site!Continue reading...
2 August 2011 | | | Supports v2.4Tweet
Sometimes, in ModelAdmin, we want to be able to have a different default sort.
Specifically, like in cases where a has_one is the preferred sorting. For example, we have a warehouse. In our DataObjects, we have the object "Lanes", has_many Products. And we have Products, has_one "Lanes". When we're browsing our Products in the admin, we want to have them default sorted by their Lane, not their name.
Just saying default_sort = 'Lanes'; sadly does not do the job. It'll give you reddish-screens and stuff. Which is not what we like.
Here's a (quite simple actually) solution.Continue reading...
25 October 2011 | |Tweet
The Votes are in! And the winner of October's SSbits Site Of The Month is.....Continue reading...
31 October 2011 | | | Supports v2.4Tweet
There is a method on SilverStripe's Form class to set a success or error message when the form is submitted. That's cool... but sometimes you need to display a message that is not related to a form. I've created a couple of simple controller methods to enable setting and displaying of message banners anytime.Continue reading...
2 February 2012 | |Tweet
The Votes are in! And the winner of January's SSbits Site Of The Month is.....Continue reading...
1 June 2012 | |Tweet
The Votes are in! And the winner of May 2012 SSbits Site Of The Month is.....Continue reading...