Building Websites with concrete5 Express

Express offers a data-first approach to concrete5 website development.

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Opensource.com: Growing Your Open Source Community

You've done it: you've taken your own personal utility, library, or web application and placed it on GitHub as free and open source software for all the world to see. What comes next is up to you.

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Upgrade concrete5 Sites to 5.7 Using Our Migration Tools

With concrete5's new migration tools, you can upgrade legacy concrete5 sites to version 5.7.

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After Dark in CSS

Classic Mac Screensaver. If this doesn't take you back, you're not old enough.

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GOODSIR Profile of Concrete5

Concrete5 (and yours truly) was the subject of a great, in-depth article by GOODSIR, a digital marketing agency.

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AndrewEmbler.com Page Type & Template Setup

Learn how I've setup my page types and page templates for andrewembler.com

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Welcome to the new andrewembler.com

It's taken me over a year, and forced multiple specific feature updates to Concrete5 – but I'm finally able to unveil the new andrewembler.com – which I hope will be a great showcase for how to blog with Concrete5.

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Great Review of concrete5 in Linux Format Magazine

We come in #1 in their CMS showdown.

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concrete5 5.5: User Interface and Twitter Bootstrap

Version 5.5 of concrete5 is a great leap forward for our interface. Twitter's new UI toolkit, Bootstrap, is a big part of it. Learn about Bootstrap, how concrete5 uses it, and how you can include it in your blocks, dashboard pages and add-ons.

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A Chilling Effect: Lawsuits and Remix Culture

In which it turns out we're all kind of screwed.

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