For fans of in-page editing (e.g. WebYep et al.) here’s a public demo highlighting front- and back-end editing using the MODX CMS framework made possible with a couple clever Extras: TinymceWrapper and NewsPublisher.
Reviewing a CMS plug-in isn’t usually something that crosses my mind because rarely does one come along that fundamentally changes my expectations of basic CMS functionality. But TinymceWrapper may be the tool for using a rich-text editor and file manager with MODX.
A custom validator for the MODX Register snippet that limits password characters to alphanumeric, hyphens and underscores only. While probably not the best idea there may be situations when restricting character types is necessary.
As technology, art, and design continue to evolve and intertwine our work as artists, designers, animators, illustrators, developers etc. inevitably draws us into new and unfamiliar areas. How we define our role and skill-set is constantly being challenged in small and large ways, personally and professionally. If there is one thing we all share it’s an abundance of questions:
“How? What? Why?”
Let’s see if we can answer some of them.