Recent Blog Posts

The introduction of YUI 2in3

YUI 3.2 and earlier had no browser based detection loading, and worked well with YUI PHP Loader, allowing for Exponent to load YUI dependencies on the server side. Since the introduction of YUI 3.3.0, which loads (and skips loading) JavaScript based on your browser, it's now only YUI 2.x that can take advantage of server-side dependency calculation and loading, since PHP has no sure-fire way to detect the user's browser. The result: Exponent YUI 2 loading up on the server, and YUI 3 loading via YUI3's built-in Loader. (read more)

Tips: How to set-up, maintain, and update a web site using git and github

Here are some basics of using git and github to initially get or update the code to your site.  I've found this is an easy way to initial install, and the perform updates on my web sites.  There is a little bit of overhead (~105 MBytes), however the reduction in effort is worth it in most cases. (read more)

Dave Leffler
Exponent CMS Developer

Tips: Resize Your Images Before Uploading to Your Exponent CMS Website

As a general rule of thumb, any images that will be placed into text modules should be resized using an external image editing program such as Microsoft Picture Manager or Picasa before it is uploaded to the Exponent CMS File Manager. (read more)

Tutorials: How to Insert an Image into an Exponent CMS Text Module

To insert an image from the Exponent CMS File Manager into a Text module, you must first click the edit icon on the text module to begin editing the module. (read more)