The #eecms hashtag is on fire, blog posts are out and people are adding Scotch to their coffee. On Sunday, November 25th, a bunch of changes at EllisLab happened, and it riled up the ExpressionEngine community. Amid the numerous outspoken rants, few quiet praises and several rabid tweets is a story of big and small changes. In case you missed it, here’s a summary of the big news.
All systems have some quirks that take some getting used to. One such quirk in MojoMotor is the "disappearing Control Panel." While this quirk can be problematic, this article will help you understand why the Control Panel disappeared and how to fix the problem.
We have a few requests for Santa. Weâre not sure how web-savvy he is, but weâd really love it if he'd read our MojoMotor Wishlist and bring us a few updates to our favorite small-site CMS. Did we mention that we've been good boys and girls this year?
If you develop add-ons for ExpressionEngine or MojoMotor, it is only a matter of time before you need to render a view. Rendering a view can be a tricky process, and thankfully there are many great tutorials out there. But don't just get your feet wet by copy and pasting; dive right in and understand the "why," not just the "how."
A few weeks ago I took my first stab at building a MojoMotor site. I was incredibly excited to try EllisLab's new pared-down content management system (CMS). Especially since one of my co-workers likes it so much, that he recently announced his goal was to build one million MojoMotor sites. With a statement like that, you know it has to be good.
MojoMotor is a new content management system (CMS) by EllisLab, the maker of our favorite CMS, ExpressionEngine. Well-suited for smaller sites with less dynamic functionality requirements, MojoMotor lets admins and content creators edit and create content in page and in context.
The next Denver ExpressionEngine Meetup is Thursday February 10th, 2011. We'll have presentations about MojoMotor and making the switch from EE 1 to EE 2.