Hi, this is Ed. I’ve started to get a few questions about PulseCMS, clients and control. I figured the best place to start would be with you and how you can organize and control what happens inside the project file.
In this video tutorial for Rapidweaver we will look at 2 Pulse specific Stacks and the cssStack.
Glenn Thomas’ Pulse Stack is available here:
In this video tutorial we will be looking at using our Pulse content in a Stacks plug-in add-on, the Styled Text Slider, from Jonas.
The Stack used in that screencast is available as part of a set of Stacks available here – http://www.jonasthemes.com/stacks/slider/
Join me in this short video tutorial as we see how content from Pulse can be displayed in the project sidebar.
There’s a quick RapidWeaver tip covered in this screencast, the sidebar can be either Styled Text or HTML.
This morning I received, along with some others, a “beta” version of PulseCMS from Mark Fick.
This “beta” introduced us to a new feature that Mark has added.
In this video tutorial I will show you what we talked about.
Everyone knows images and content just go together…
In this video tutorial we explore how PulseCMS sets images that need to be aligned, left or right, and how that alignment show in RapidWeaver.
Join me as we see how the defaults work and how we can edit, or teach our client, to edit those settings and achieve the look and feel needed.
The timing couldn’t have been better. Mark over at PulseCMS has updated both the Free and Pro versions.
In this video tutorial we will look at what he’s fixed and added. We will also take a look at the best way to perform the update.
We are starting a new series on Content Management Systems and how to use them with RapidWeaver.
The first CMS we will explore is PulseCMS. A self-hosted, easy to use system that integrates well with RapidWeaver.
So get a membership and grab a seat while we explore and learn about PulseCMS.
This is an overview video to set up the series.
Introducing the quick and easy way to update parts of your website or allow a client to do so without re-publishing with Rapidweaver.
Charlie over at BlueBall Design has introduced a new set of two stacks called “Dynamic Content”.
This video shows you how easy it is to use and make changes to a website. We actually update a test page online without using RW.
NOTE: Make sure to read the manual on installing jQuery if needed with the Rapidweaver Theme you are using on the web site. Also note the information on using www. or not using www. in the url to the file you update.