Category: JavaScript
Jul 24, 2015

Where I work, we use TERMINALFOUR as our main content management system. It’s a real beast of a CMS targeted at higher education, written in Java, and capable of handling very large, high-traffic sites straight out of the box. The only major hangup is that its normal publish processor for outputting HTML from user content […]

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Jul 1, 2015

Update: Elio Tracker has been voluntarily deactivated due to some unexpected effects it could have had regarding Regulation A+. This form of investment is new and comes with some unique issues that a public data tracker like this brought to light. Further updates on the progress of campaigns will not be issued by this tracker, […]

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Apr 15, 2015

Update: The Sendy Invoicing add-on has now been added to Sendy’s API docs as a third party resource! View this add-on and other great supporting software at https://sendy.co/api. Our organization has needed a more user-accessible mass email solution for some time, so when we saw Sendy┬áit was a no-brainer to pick up the dead cheap […]

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Mar 31, 2015

Why patch? Unlike WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla!, TERMINALFOUR is very particular about where content appears in a template. The concept of loops is still present, but handled in an unusual manner. You get one main loop, which pulls in all page content marked as the text/html format, and then a predefined set of additional loops […]

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