Silverstripe CMS 4.5 has arrived! Improving content editing, file management, and more
We're excited to bring you the latest minor release of Silverstripe CMS 4. Silverstripe CMS 4.5 is packed with improvements to general content editing tasks and file management, as well as lifting the accessibility of the content you create.
Here's your chance to help improve SilverStripe tools to ensure they work for you. Share your experience, and try out new features before they are released into the wild.read
Do you know how accessible your sites are? See the Web Accessibility Standard 1.0 and some tips to help you meet the Standard.read
Setting up build tools can be frustrating. Enter Laravel Mix – with this tool, your build chain is managed almost completely for you, and you can use all the latest and greatest JS libraries and syntax with practically zero configuration.read
Here at SilverStripe, we're constantly striving to improve site performance. Today's announcement looks at the 3.6.0 release with its support for PHP 7.
In today’s guest blog post, we have Nicolaas, the man behind hundreds of modules, show you how to make SilverStripe modules more searchable.read
Having the right development environment will save time and money, and a lot of headaches. In today's blog post, we'll show you how to set up a better development environment.read
Another milestone has been reached. SilverStripe 4.0.0-alpha7 is out and ready for eager people to prod and sniff around.read
“Site of the month” for April is Silver Fern Farms, developed by SilverStripe Professional Partner, Web Torque. This beautiful website is packed with functionality, gaining a 30% increase in site visits in just 3 months after the launch.read
The last talk from the recent SilverStripe meetup in Auckland was delivered by Dylan Wagstaff, Support Developer at SilverStripe.read
Beauty, they say, is in the eye of the beholder. When it comes to the beauty of User Experience I would say it’s more objective, but the “look” of a website can blur the lines slightly.read
In this guest post, Zoe Beaucamp gives you PATCH—5 simple but effective ways to start patching up any inaccessible web content.read
We’re almost there! SilverStripe 4.0.0-alpha6 is out and eagerly waiting for those on the edge to try it out.read
To help keep your server secure, it’s a good idea to scan for viruses on uploaded files. This is when Steamed Clams comes in handy – this module scans for viruses in files you upload, or files already uploaded.read
We have just released two new themes for the Common Web Platform (CWP), a platform as a service for New Zealand government sites.read