Dec 18 7:00AM Turning a static theme into a Diazo theme through the web
This article provides a step by step overview for creating a Diazo theme from a static theme through the web.
Dec 11 7:00AM Stupid ZMI Tricks
This article offers a simple digest of information and tricks for using the Zope Management Interface in Plone.
Dec 9 7:00AM Debugging Python code with pdb
This post offers an introduction to the interactive Python Debugger tool (pdb), including basic commands, examples, alternative implementations, and helpful links.
Dec 4 7:00AM How to use XSLT in Diazo
This article gives a brief overview of XSLT, how and when to use it in your Diazo theming, and a few examples of it in action.
Nov 25 7:00AM Doing code releases with ZFS
Using ZFS for snapshots is easier than collective.recipe.backup for backing up Plone sites. I'll show you how it allows you to instantly rollback to a previous version if something goes wrong.
Nov 20 9:00AM Handling PloneFormGen Submissions : The Email Adapter
By default, PloneFormGen displays a generic "Thank You" page that emails the site-wide email address. With a few clicks, you can easily customize what happens after a form is submitted.
Dec 4 3:45PM Six Feet Up Assists ReTrans with Digital Signage Application
As a major provider of logistics and shipping services, ReTrans was looking for a way to keep its employees informed about ongoing weather conditions nationwide, as well as other internal key metrics...
Nov 24 9:50AM Indiana Historical Society Unveils Web Enhancements
We are excited to announce a new round of web enhancements for the Indiana Historical Society website, including responsive design, calendar updates, and blog improvements.
Nov 17 7:00AM Plone Foundation Appoints Two Sixies To Board of Directors
Six Feet Up honored to have two Sixies selected for the 2014-2015 Plone Foundation Board of Directors.
IndyPy Monthly Meetup
Meet other local Python Programming Language enthusiasts!
The second annual regional Python conference is coming up in Nashville this February.
PyCon is the event of the year for Python developers. We will be attending to exchange ideas and to help promote Plone.