On Fri, Jun 24, 2011 at 12:56 AM, Webmaster for Lungstrom.com
THEN I could work on editing the NA page files offline and would only need
to upload the "text" after the "body" tag.
Well - working offline doesn't really work. (Well, you can of course
prepare your text locally and then cut and paste it into the backend,
but that's not something I'd call offline-editing).
This way all the problems with
the alignment and content, that is not part of a shared folder, can be
worked on then uploaded to the CMS account.
Not sure what problem with alignment and content you mean, I didn't
follow the complete discussion - if you need technical assistance with
using silverstripe, please send your question to the
I do not know where the links to share content will end up or what they
would be like, but the big thing I see it the visual content of the pages
needed editing to get them the way we want them to look like. The theme
info is needed offline, but the links can be different offline from online
as long as you do not upload any changes to the files above the "body" tag.
You can use one of the existing dvds as templates. - there the content
is exported, and the theme is of course included as well.
For the theme it is possible to setup a repository on
https://github.com/tdf/ - similar to how it is done for the theme for
the libreoffice.org site.
But of course someone can just zip the theme and provide it as
download - I don't want to make things more complicated for you :-)
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