Tips for frontenders: Dynamicweb Razor templates

The CMS system I use at work, Dynamicweb CMS, is a .NET based system which allows you to layout your site using Templates. The Templates can be based on: HTML Templates using custom tags XSLT templates based on XML delivered by Dynamicweb Razor based templates where you can choose between VB.NET or C#.Net The HTML Continue reading


Use <!–@ParagraphContainer–> to make paragraphs render different content depending on placement #Dynamicweb

With the Dynamicweb Layout system you define various content areas in the Layout file like this: Part of example layout template: <div id="left" class="dwcontent" title="Left content" settings="paragraph:left.html">We do not want module content here, for some strange reason</div><div id="main" class="dwcontent" title="Main content" settings="paragraph:main.html"></div><div id="right" class="dwcontent" title="Right content" settings="paragraph:right.html"></div>   This will create a three column page. Continue reading


Controling styles for individual websites by adding extra classes to HTML tag

When working with CMS like Dynamicweb or Syncron VIA, you sometimes share stylesheet files across domains or subdomains. It makes sense to share common CSS codes when you want to some some common styles like fonts, colours or logos.   The same styles… almost… It is also common that some small differences exists on subdomains, Continue reading


Use Google Picasa to generate cool webgalleries using templates…

Google Picasa offers so much more than just viewing images on your PC and exporting them to a Google Webalbum. One of the cool ones is of template based webgallery generation. Exporting images using free templates can give your a twist making them very cool to watch. How does it work? Well you need ofcause Continue reading