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More, more, more links in Expression Engine

1st November 2006

The split between intro and body is pretty common across blogs and news sites. On the home or news page you show the introductions to a number of articles or news stories, then you link to the full piece on it’s own page. If this is the intro, I’ll see you in the body.

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Working smarter with Expression Engine

25th October 2006

Following on from my Expression Engine Top Ten Tips Part One and Part Two, here’s a quick run down of nitty-gritty ways I like to work smarter and smoother with Expression Engine. Your mileage may vary, but they do it for me. And it’d be great for you to share your neato tips too.

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Expression Engine Fresh Produce

20th October 2006

We all know that fresh content keeps the visitors coming back, so it’s important that what’s new is clearly highlighted. Of course, for many of the situations you’re going to be tackling with Expression Engine, the typical reverse chronological blog structure handles this perfectly: freshest is top of the pile.

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Expression Engine Top Ten Tips - Part Two

17th October 2006

It’s me again. And as well as checking my Guest Author Instructions to see if there’s anything about not being allowed to enter competitions, I’ve been drafting some more Expression Engine tips (part one here). Read on to find out when to use weblogs, how to safely modify a live website and more.

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Expression Engine Top Ten Tips - Part One

14th October 2006

Erm, hello… is this thing on? Right. It’s going to be a whirlwind first post, I’m afraid. I politely offered Mr Collison my services at 2.00pm, and less than an hour later I’m clutching login details in my sweaty hand, wondering what topic I should be putting pixel-to-screen about. So, how about the first part of a random rundown of top tips for my favourite web publishing system, Expression Engine? Suits you? Very good!

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Guest Author for a Month

13th October 2006

Attention, dear readers. It is rather hectic here at Colly Towers, what with the new job (more on that in a month) and the million things I need to get in place - not to mention all the ace new clients firing stuff at me left, right and centre. I’ll still try and throw out the odd post over the next month, but I have something special for you in the meantime.

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Jambor-EE

29th September 2006

Attention all ExpressionEngine fans. Esteemed Yorkshireman Jamie Pittock has informed me of his forthcoming online magazine all about EE.

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pMachine interview

21st April 2006

Those of you with nothing else to read might be interested in this casual little interview I did with those nice pMachine/EE folks recently.

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EE Shootout: It’s High Noon!

16th March 2006

We came, we saw, we judged. The Expression Engine $15,000 Shootout winners have just been announced by the EE team.

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Veerle makes it look EEasy!

1st March 2006

Congrats to Veerle, who has today launched her new Expression Engine powered blog.

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