I've just added a new screencast to the MODx Video Tutorials website on understanding MODx Revolution templates, tag syntax, and resource field tags. To see the full notes and related links and such, and to ask questions and discuss this screencast, check out http://modxvideotutorials.com/modx-revolution-basics-understanding-modx-revolution-templates.
In this screencast, we will go through the process of installing MODx CMS. While we will do this install on a local development environment using WampServer, the steps for installing on a remote host are exactly the same with two notable exceptions: On a remote server you would use an FTP client or something similar to upload the files Most…
Welcome to part 11 of our series of tutorials on building a website with MODx CMS. So far we've looked at: Part 1: Introduction to MODx Part 2: Installing MODx Part 3: Working with Templates Part 4: Introducing Chunks Part 5: Introducing Snippets Part 6: Introducing Template Variables Part 7: Introducing Ditto Part 8: More Ditto Part 9: Adding a Contact Form with eForm Part 10: Adding Search Functionality with ajaxSearch As we work through this series we're building a MODx resource site - Learn MODx, adding functionality and expanding our knowledge. So far our website looks like this: One of the core things that is desirable in any modern website is user interaction. So far we've implemented a contact form to allow our visitors to contact us, but in this post we're going to go a step further and create a way for users to comment on our library selections and share their thoughts about the books we're recommending. You can use this to add comments to a blog, or any other content type that you desire.
I accidentally created a page that was at a sub-level of the first page, turning the first page into a folder. I can’t figure out how to undo my mistake.This is an easy mistake to make, and sometime you may just need to change which docs are in which container and such. Fortunately, it's actually pretty easy to correct and there are a couple of ways to do it, let me walk you through them. (Remember you can click on all the screenshots to see a larger view) To start off, here is a screenshot of my document tree. I have created a document named Home, and within it is a document titled About Us.
The folks over at Nettuts+ have posted today what promises to be the best PSD to HTML to WordPress Video tutorial series ever. To access this series, you need to be a member of the tuts+ network, one of the sponsors of our MODx Blog Contest. Joining the tuts+ network is easy, it will cost you only $9 a month, or $22 for three months (better deal), or $78 for a year (best deal), and gives you access to the entire tuts+ network premium tutorials. This is not something you want to miss. Here is a lesson overview: