A blog about design, web development, Concrete5 CMS, and technology.
archive: Last week, Packt Publishing contacted me about hosting a giveaway of 3 free print copies of Remo's new book, "Creating Concrete5 Themes". We all dig free stuff, so here's… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/win-creating-concrete5-themes/
archive: I struggled installing the alpha version of Package Control for Sublime Text 3 Beta on my Windows 8 machine. I figure I'm probably not alone in these endeavours so I… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/install-package-control-sublime-text-3-windows/
archive: When you convert a 960px wide site ('desktop' if you will) to be responsive, you're constantly battling horizontal scrollbars. Them shitz are annoying! Oftentimes easy to… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/mobile-first-gaining-weight/
archive: Sublime Text 2 is a text editor and it kicks ass. For the longest time I looked for a text editor that was similar to TextMate but worked on Windows. Not only does… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/sublime-text-2-so-good/
archive: The instructions on Concrete5.org about how to manually upgrade your site would leave your site with some significant downtime. In this how to, I'll explain how to… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/upgrade-concrete5-with-minimal-downtime/
A few tips on how to show errors when you don't input things correctly for system pages in Concrete5.
archive: So how does this work? Step by step, here we go:
1. Go to YOURSITE/config/site_theme_paths.php and uncomment the following code: 5. Go to yoursite.com/login and test… https://adamjohnsondesign.com/blog/customize-concrete5-system-pages/