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June 11, 2015 Advanced images with Image+
Have you ever faced the problem, that you created a layout using an image with a defined aspect ratio, but the image you want to use has a different aspect ratio? Or do you need an image in a getResources output with a different aspect ratio than the original image displayed on another resource? In both cases, the image you want to use can't be cropped automatic, because the subject of the image may not be in the center. Introducing Image+.
June 04, 2015 Breaking MODX for everyone
Having discussed what we know about MODX 3 so far last week, John-Paul DeVries shares his thoughts on accessibility and the importance of making breaking changes to MODX so it can be used by anyone anywhere.
March 07, 2016 What is pdoTools? (Part 1)
After creating a fresh MODX install, the next step is often to install a number of extras to add functionality to the site. By providing alternatives for 9 different snippets, pdoTools can be a useful and fast alternative. The author, Vasily Naumkin, shares with you the highlights of pdoTools in the first of three article about pdoTools.
May 27, 2015 A better way of storing TV Values
When using checkbox, listbox and radio type TVs, you are probably used to defining the values in the TV properties. But if you want to change those values to fix a typo, you will lose the selections on all resources that have that value selected. The team at Qaraqter found that unacceptable, and came up with a solution in the form of a new extra called Set Input Options, which is available today.
April 06, 2016 pdoTools Introduction (Part 2)
November 04, 2016 Getting into a Locked Manager
You've probably experienced it: getting locked out of the manager. Maybe your account got blocked because someone tried to brute-force your account, or you forgot your username or password. It happens, but luckily with a bit of poking around the database you can get back in. In this post from 2014, Bob Ray explains a number of ways to restore access to your account.