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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...
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...
3 July 2009 | |Tweet
If you want to remove an item from the CMSTopMenu without making it inaccessible you can add this line to your _config.php file:
SnippetsSpice up Your CMS Sitetree
27 August 2009 | | | Supports v2.4, v2.3Tweet So you have created your own page types, but they all look the same in your CMS site tree. Time to make them more recognizable! This is quite easy, but it can make your site tree a lot more attractive. Continue reading...
15 January 2011 | | | Supports v2.4Tweet
One way to change the MetaTags dynamicly is to add a lot of template controls to display different MetaTags for each view, but you can get a lot more flexibility by overriding the SiteTree MetaTags function in your Page_Controller.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...
14 March 2011 | |Tweet
So here they are (finally) the best 5 entries from this month, and there are some crackers! Let the voting commense!Continue reading...
15 September 2009 | | | Supports v2.4, v2.3Tweet Sometimes you want to hide pages in the Sitetree that members logged into the CMS don't have permission to edit. This is really simple in because they already have a css style applied to them you can just hide that class. You need to include this snippet in your typography.css file so that it is included in the CMS. Continue reading...
SnippetsCreate and use a Permission code
18 April 2009 | | | Supports v2.4, v2.3Tweet
Have you wanted to add an extra permission code that you can add to groups and then use that to test whether a particular user has that permission? Here's how it's done. The permission code it self is added via the Controller class, then you use a permission check anywhere in your site code to check the current user. Like so:Continue reading...
28 July 2009 | | | Supports v2.4, v2.3Tweet
Most of my customers don't want to add meta info manually, so I add an onBeforeWrite() function to update the Meta Description field and count the keyword density of the content with a separate function and add these keywords to the Meta Keywords fields when a page is saved.
In my humble SEO opinion every page needs an unique Meta Description. Keywords seems to be less important for search engines, but why not add them automatically anyway! The function counts how many times each word exist in the Content, order the words by occurrence and glues the words to a comma separated string. In this function only words with more then 4 characters are counted, but you can adjust that if you like.Continue reading...