Website style switcher
To make a website accessible for visitors with visual impairments I needed a style switcher to change the output of the template. Not only for text and background colors, but also for (layout) images.
Tips, tricks and tutorials to make it even easier to work with
CMS Made Simple
. CMSMS is an open source Content Management System. It provides website developers with a simple, easy to use utility to allow building websites.
Customizing Admin theme without hacking files
If you want to make small changes to the default CMSMS Admin theme, you can change the core stylesheet files with the risk of overwriting it when upgrading the CMS. But creating a custom Admin theme might be a bit of an overkill for a few changes... CMS Made Simple™ has a - not very well-known - feature for doing this without any risk!
Using strip tags in templates and stylesheets
Strip white space in templates and stylesheets can improve your website in different ways. But what are the best spots to put the strip tags? I always forget it, so will post some examples here to help myself, uhh you :)
Highlight moderator name in CGFeedback results
As the owner or moderator of a CMS Made Simple website using the CGFeedback module, you often reply to questions asked by visitors. But how to let the visitors see *you* are answering and not another person with your name...?
Change website lay-out depending on page content
With this sample template you have three content blocks, the frontend of the website will change depending on the presence of content in these blocks. There is no need for multiple templates.
Add a class to all page(groups)
You can use this small tag to get yourself a class name for the current page. This is very useful when you want to apply particular CSS style only to a certain page, or a subset of pages.
Styling a website form isn't that hard. A stylesheet example making your life much easier.