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TutorialsCustom sorting in the CMS SiteTree
14 February 2011 | | | Supports v2.4, v2.3Tweet
Ever wanted to sort some parts of the SiteTree? Well now you can!Continue reading...
22 March 2011 | | | Supports v2.4Tweet
If you have ever had to edit content on a SilverStripe site with lots of pages, you will have noticed how furstrating it is to have to keep scrolling back up the tree panel to create a page or enable drag and drop re-ordering. Well, here is a handy bit of CSS you can add to keep the tools static, even as you scroll down the tree.Continue reading...
29 March 2011 | |Tweet
Here's something a little different, experienced SilverStripe project manager Kulsoom Kausher of digital agency Wandering Bear, tells us her top 5 tips for the SilverStripe developer to make their project managers life a little easier.Continue reading...
27 September 2011 | | | Supports v2.4Tweet
This is a little snipped i've been using to redirect a custom page to it's first child. It extends the init method of the Controller. This has proven useful in cases where the client wants to re-sort the child pages and doesn't want to mess around the configuration of a redirector page.Continue reading...
19 April 2011 | | | Supports v2.4Tweet
Often you will want to add some extra features to your Model Admin interface. Luckily it's pretty straightforward when you know how! In this tutorial we are going to add a simple 'Duplicate' button for our managed Model.Continue reading...
20 June 2011 | |Tweet
Some fantastic and innovative sites this month, but which one is your favourite?Continue reading...
15 August 2011 | |Tweet
Here they are, 5 great SilverStripe sites for you to vote for your favourite!Continue reading...
12 July 2011 | | | Supports v2.4Tweet
Most search results I have seen with Silverstripe just return the Summary of the page or the FirstSentence. I have knocked up a quick way to show a sentence from the page that contains the search term and even highlights it for you.Continue reading...
9 September 2011 | |Tweet
The Votes are (finally) in! And the winner of September's SSbits Site Of The Month is.....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...
2 April 2012 | | | Supports v2.4, v2.3Tweet
Here are some handy dynamic bookmarklets for your browser for one click access to things like rebuilding the database, flushing the cache and accessing the CMS!Continue reading...
10 September 2012 | |Tweet
The eagerly awaited SilverStripe 3 has been available in a stable state for a while now, it's even had a minor release in the form or 3.0.1. But how does it shape up when compared to it's long established predecessor, SilverStripe 2?
Having now had time to really have a play with it and even do some project work with it there are 2 statements swirling around my head. 1: SilverStripe 3 is absolutely awesome and 2: We won't be using SilverStripe 3 for complex production sites just yet . Confused? Let me explain.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...