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On Thu, 2011-06-30 at 03:14 +0200, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
Hi Drew, *,

On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 11:54 PM, Friedrich Strohmaier
<> wrote:
drew schrieb:


I have a bunch of files that would not upload, seems anything over
~32Megs would fail. [1]

Indeed this is the size limit for files to be uploaded.

(this is imposed by php's settings - 

silverstripe itself doesn't
really care. But when you have huge files to add, please use the
ftp/server space Erich offered, and have him upload the files using

OK - you want to run that by me again cause I guess I missed it.


And don't hesitate to ask if you got technical problems with
silverstripe, or when you want to have stuff added to the css. (i.e.
before you try to workaround any limitation in the current theme by
adding the same manual css to every page you create, it's better to
just add it to a global css)

So far there are no eye-catcher css rules "This is a hint"/"This is a
warning",... but if you got one, then feel free to share and they can
be added to be available in the wysiwyg editor (if they can be easily
applied to a paragraph style), or at least in html-sourcecode mode (by
manually adding <divs> with the corresponding ids/classes)

Yes sir - the theme is going to need changing for sure - that is on the
list as things to do...

I would like to make landing page virtual with en, es and fr displayed
depending on the users browser setting.

Here is an easy one, I would like to have 3 headers and 3 footers
available depending on which language the user has selected - with out
regard to the users browser setting.

But that is for 'next' - other fish in the fry pan for today.

Thanks again,



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