Farewell to CMS Made Simple

As some of you have already noticed, me (Goran aka uniqu3) and Tapio aka Stikki are no longer members of the CMS Made Simple Development Team. To put an end to the questions in our inboxes, speculations on Twitter or PM’s on various Social Networks we figured that in the current situation it would be best to quickly put together an official statement as we do not attempt to reply to...

Plupload 2.1, Chrome and folder support

I'm currently developing an intranet application. Intranet applications are great! You just get your client to use a suitable browser and you can basically use whatever front end technology out there.

CMS Made Simple Techniques of 2013

As the name suggests, CMS Made Simple is very easy to set up and get started with. However, when it comes to solutions requiring to customise templates and functionality, I see people struggling with similar problems. That’s often because there is insufficient documentation or people don’t know where to find it. The following techniques can often solve your problem or give a...

Using jQuery Isotope for masonry in fluid layouts

Even though the last minor version of the jQuery Isotope plugin was released almost 2 years ago in 2011, it is still a fully working and widely used plugin. However, since it is from times where responsive web design has not played such a leading role as it does today, a few lines of additional code are required to make it work properly in liquid layouts.

Managing availability of ListIt items - a mashup

I have released a new version of the JSAvailability module . It has completely changed and I believe it’s worth a bit of explanation. Here’s a brief history.

One page website using Menu Manager templates

I was recently asked to develop a single page scrolling website and have seen several implementations around this theme using CMSMS but none that seemed to be expandable and easily maintained by end users/clients. With this in mind I decided MenuManager would be my solution, meaning adding pages, removing pages and re-ordering could be done in the usual way and the navigation and page...