Category Archives: CMS

Page Cache control in radiant cms

Radiant Caching Radiant cms is very powerful and customizable cms as of now which has inbuilt support for page caching. Radiant caching mechanisam is somehow similar to action caching in rails. In latest radiant version i.e. > 0.8 Responsecache has been replaced … Continue reading

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Metaprogramming with RadiantCMS

My short stint with Radiant in the near past was actually quite interesting ! — No I did not design websites or webpages. What I am talking about is the internals – making radiant plugins and creating radius tags, the … Continue reading

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Usage and Best Practices for RADIANT CMS-Part4

Creation of Error page in Radiant CMS: By default when the radiant user requests the URL that doesn’t exist on site , the server will return HTTP status 404 and a page titled “Page Not Found” in the style of … Continue reading

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Usage and Best Practices for RADIANT CMS-Part3

Some useful Radiant  tags for inserting contents : As an illustration consider the following snippet of code: Suppose that we have snippet named “site_footer” which is written for footer link/page  “About Us” which has following piece of code: In this … Continue reading

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Usage and Best Practices for RADIANT CMS-Part2

Creating and using StyleSheets in Radiant : If you are not using any extension for uploading/creating Stylesheets and Javascripts in Radiant then there are 3 ways by which you can create your stylesheets using Radiant CMS: 1.Creating stylesheet as Snippet … Continue reading

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Usage and Best Practices for RADIANT CMS-Part1

Addition of snippets to webpages : Consider snippet which has been created with name “site_footer”. In order to include this snippet either in any of the created webpages or any of the layouts you can use the command as given … Continue reading

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Understanding and creating radinat extensions

Understanding and creating radinat extensionsTo start with, first of all lets know what is radiant and why to use it ?Radiant is a open source content management system designed that serves cms needs forsmall organisationsCreating new radint application radiant -d … Continue reading

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