The oft-requested item-level reordering is now included in list tools. Galleries, News, and Store tools now allow drag-and-drop reordering of items. Practical applications include sorting a staff directory, structuring locations on a map, or ordering entrees in a menu. Read about additional new features after the break!
Updated Dec. 10, 2013
The Coda 2 List Transformer Plugin was recently updated by Tim for the Coda 2.5 beta and upcoming plugin store. Major improvements include automatic recognition of list type so there are now 20 functions that apply to 5 different list types: Comma, Line Break, Space, Tab, and Unordered/Ordered Lists. That's 100 total functions, including new math functions too! Original text from 5/29/2012 is after the break.
Today we are announcing the official release of the Sitemason 6 Store and integration with FoxyCart v1.1. The new Store brings with it a slew of new features. Namely, the SM6 interface you already love for managing products, but also support for recurring payments (subscriptions), and better order management. Continue reading to learn how to get started with the Sitemason Store.
Heading into the Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend, we are announcing the release of the Sitemason Status Page located at status.sitemason.com. It's not the most exciting announcement we've ever made, but an extremely important one for transparency and accountability.
Continue reading to learn all about it, and Happy Thanksgiving!
While most websites do not need to be served from a secure connection, it is appropriate in some cases. From a hosting and server perspective, there are several ways to go about hosting a secure site. We've tried them all and Sitemason has chosen to only offer the absolute best method of providing secure sites. Continue reading to hear all about Sitemason's approach to secure website hosting.
For those of you keeping up with the Responsive Web Design movement and/or the progress on our new interface, we're extremely excited to show off our new font icons. As part of the interface redesign, Kevin Kennedy went back to the bottomless well that is his creative mind to invent Sitemason's own font icon set.
If you're saying, "Wait a minute, did you say Font Icons? You must be confused." I'm so glad you pointed out my penchant for confusion, but in this case, I'm not crazy. Read on for an explanation, or checkout the full Font Icon Set if your idea of a good time is perusing Webdings. Now who's crazy!…
Today we expanded our video support for web video outside of YouTube to include Vimeo & UStream. You've of course always been able to embed videos in Sitemason tools, but now you can use the native video support in Sitemason to display internet video for the big three services; YouTube, Vimeo & UStream for live streaming video.
Today we're announcing a small improvement, but one that our power users have been clamoring for. Until now, it hasn't been possible to assign tags in bulk to already-existing items. We've rolled out a simple Assign Tags option in your Articles menu that now makes this a breeze.
The Custom Form is Sitemason's oldest tool, but it's also one of it's most powerful. It hasn't gotten a whole lot of attention in the past year, but today we're adding the option to include a Captcha to verify human entry of a form. Sitemason's form spam filtering continues to be top-notch, but for those who would like a little more control (or security especially on credit card processing forms), a Captcha is an ideal tool. For those who aren't familiar with Captcha, this Wikipedia article explains the ropes. We are opting to use the nearly ubiquitous captcha.net.
For those interested in developing websites on the Sitemason CMS platform, your starting off point just got a whole lot cooler.
Inspired by the work being done at html5boilerplate.com, Sitemason beefed up their own boilerplate adding lots ofHTML5 goodness and bunches of new Sitemason PHP Library methods.