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Book Review: Plone 3 Theming

Monday June 21, 2010 | Comments (0)

"Plone 3 Theming" was published in July 2009 by Veda Williams, a Plone developer for Groundwire. This book is full of all the information a developer would need to create a theme and apply it to a Plone site. Veda Williams does a great job of covering every area related to theming and mentioning additional products that developers may not already be aware of. This includes Chapter 2, which contains information helpful to all web developers, not just those using Plone. Throughout the book, Veda outlines best practices for theming, and I was happy to see that we at Six Feet Up use nearly all the same methods... Read more…

A Look Back at my Plone Training Experience

Friday May 28, 2010 | Comments (0)

I had the privilege of leading a two-day training at Plone Symposium East 2010. I taught a group of five people how to customize the front-end design of a Plone site from start to finish... Read more…

PSE2010 - Page Templates

Thursday May 27, 2010 | Comments (0)
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For the first break-out session of the day, I attended Gregory Angle's talk on Page Templates. Greg works for PSU in the research department. He showed us a few specific pages on their website and talked about the customized templates he created to achieve the desired functionality. Along with each of the main examples, he also showed us the code used to make it work... Read more…

My first IndyPy Meeting

Saturday April 24, 2010 | Comments (0)

I'm Jim, one of the newest Sixies here at Six Feet Up. This past week, I got the opportunity to attend IndyPy. I'm a recent transplant to Indiana coming here from Florida. Since joining Six Feet Up, this has been the first community activity with a Python group that I've been able to attend. Six Feet Up employees have been actively participating in local, regional, international, and even online open source events often focusing around Python and Plone. I was glad to attend this event and was excited to find out many of the other members of Six Feet Up would also be attending. Kurt, who is also new at Six Feet Up, also joined me, meeting new faces and hearing about new Python tips and tricks... Read more…

Basic Roles and Permissions in Plone

Tuesday September 22, 2009 | Comments (2)
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The INDIGO blog series is aimed at end users who want to better understand the software they are using... Read more…

Utilize Available JavaScript in Plone without Knowing JavaScript

Friday July 31, 2009 | Comments (1)

There are a few automagical scripts in Plone of which many developers may not be aware. These helpful scripts are used throughout the default Plone skin, and are available for you to use in your templates as well. The nice part is that you don't need to know JavaScript to be able to use them, you just have to know how to structure your code properly for the existing JS to find it... Read more…

Tips for Starting a Plone Theme

Monday July 13, 2009 | Comments (0)
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Learning to theme a site in Plone? Here are some quick tips to help get you started with your CSS styling once you have installed your theme product... Read more…

Notes From the 2009 Open Source Bridge

Tuesday July 7, 2009 | Comments (0)

Last month, the first annual Open Source Bridge conference was held in Portland. The Open Source Bridge was a volunteer run conference focusing on all things open source. Kudos to all the volunteers that put this event together. It seemed like they had been putting this event on for years, I was quite impressed... Read more…

How do I get started with Subversion

Thursday June 18, 2009 | Comments (0)
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Getting started doesn't require that you know the myriad of options and commands that exist in Subversion. Let's say for example you wanted to participate in the periodic Plone Tune-Ups. You are going to want to check out the latest stable development environment to start hacking. According to the Tune-Up site you need to grab the Plone 3.3 plonenext buildout... Read more…

Benefits of using Source Control Management

Thursday June 18, 2009 | Comments (2)
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There are many great reasons to use a Source Control Management (SCM) system. If you are looking to get involved with an Open Source project or manage small and large projects of your own, you are going to need to know how to use a SCM... Read more…

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