Welcome to Part 6 of the MODx Revolution for Complete Beginners series. In the last installment, we explored the concept of chunks. We created a number of chunks and learned how to use them to organize our template. We also mentioned a few other uses of chunks and learned their tag syntax and how to call them into the template. In this installment, we're going to explore one of the cool features of MODx - Template Variables (TVs).
If you've been following my MODx Revolution for Complete Beginners series you know that I'm using a premium template from Themeforest (affiliate link). Every month Envato gives away free files from their various market places to their members. In this month's package is the beautiful Xero Portfolio & Business HTML/CSS Site Template. You have to be a member to get…
Welcome to Part 5 of the MODx Revolution for Complete Beginners series. In the last installment, we started looking at how to work with templates in MODx Revolution. We begun with a static HTML/CSS template and ported it into our MODx Revolution install, changed the paths to the assets, and started learning the MODx Revolution tag syntax and how to use it. In this installment, we're going to continue working on our template and explore the concept of chunks.
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Installation
Part 3: Basic Configuration and Installing Extras Part 4: Working with Templates
This is a just a quick post to wish all the readers of the Coding Pad blog a wonderful and prosperous 2011. Thank you for your continued support and for the great interaction and times on this blog. The second half of 2010 was pretty hectic for me as I relocated across the world to New Zealand, and the process…