We are pleased to announce our new website deployed with none other than Radiant. http://www.provolvesolutions.com/
on 2007-01-09 21:14
on 2008-10-06 20:21
Gabriel Lamounier wrote: > Hi there, > > This message is just to tell you about a new site powered by radiant. > > It was originally an asp.net site that I have just converted it to radiant. > > www.uniaraxa.edu.br > > As it is still being tested, it's behind an HTML frame. > Gabriel, it looks really nice!! Not dull and boring like mine :P Cheers, Mohit. 10/6/2008 | 9:17 AM.
on 2008-10-06 20:49
On Fri, Oct 3, 2008 at 10:58 PM, Gabriel Lamounier <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote: > Hi there, > > This message is just to tell you about a new site powered by radiant. > Looks good. Nice and bright. I can't really comment on the text. English is my only language. I have one of my own to share as well: www.goodtastewithtanji.com Cheers, Nate
on 2008-10-07 03:06
Nate Turnage wrote: > Looks good. Nice and bright. I can't really comment on the text. English is > my only language. > > I have one of my own to share as well: > www.goodtastewithtanji.com > Hi Nate This looks nice too! Cheers, Mohit. 10/7/2008 | 9:05 AM.
on 2008-10-09 17:05
Nate Turnage wrote: > Nat Very cool. I love the background images and nice touch with the sign at the top right (although it gets hidden at 1024x768). Cheers, Mark
on 2008-10-13 23:28
Hi Luis > Issues > The only issue I had is that sometimes the documentation was a little > sketchy, especially on some of the extensions. Maybe something I can > contribute to. > As you're probably aware, we're working on a documentation project that tries to address exactly this problem. Already, for some of the extensions, we've written up small guides including screenshots and usage instructions! For example, the following: http://wiki.radiantcms.org/Copy_and_Move http://wiki.radiantcms.org/Reorder Going ahead, we hope hope that you'll be able to use your experience to add to it. That way, it'll become a very useful resource for all. Thanks Mohit.
on 2008-10-14 08:53
On Sun, Oct 12, 2008 at 11:51 AM, Luis Lebron <email@example.com> wrote: > > Suggestions > I think it would be useful if we split the user role into 2: authors and > editors. The main difference would be that authors can only create draft > content, editors would have the same rights as the current user role. > Since this behavior is pretty specific to your client's needs, you may want to build upon the RBAC<http://github.com/saturnflyer/radiant-rbac-base-ex.... I couldn't find any other extensions which build off of RBAC, but maybe Jim has some examples. And, BTW, the user model already has two roles: Administrator and Developer. Your suggestion would apply to users who are neither admins nor devs.
on 2008-10-14 11:59
"Tim Gossett" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > to build upon the > RBAC<http://github.com/saturnflyer/radiant-rbac-base-ex.... > I couldn't find any other extensions which build off of RBAC, but > maybe Jim has some examples. > > And, BTW, the user model already has two roles: Administrator and Developer. > Your suggestion would apply to users who are neither admins nor devs. I also have an extension that builds on the Radiant User model to allow for site registration and creation of a site profile. I had forgotten about the RBAC extension, so I may want to go back and look at that: http://github.com/farra/radiant-members-extension/... -- J Aaron Farr jadetower.com [US] +1 724-964-4515 é¦®å‚‘ä» cubiclemuses.com [HK] +852 8123-7905