If you ever built your own Concrete5 theme you might have wondered why there are usually two css files – main.css and typography.css. In this tutorial I’ll show you some possibilities of typography.css. You should have basic knowledge about building a theme for Concrete5. Read this tutorial in case you never built one before: http://www.codeblog.ch/2009/01/concrete5-theme-erstellen/
Concrete5 offers you a lot of blocks you can add to your page. But sometimes you might want to have a certain block on every page. How do you do that?
There are two possibilities!
UPDATE November 2011: There’s another drop down tutorial using the SooperFish plugin, check out this page http://www.codeblog.ch/2011/12/concrete5-sooperfish-drop-down-navigation/
A website needs a navigation. If you just started using Concrete5 you’ll realized that its navigation block looks simple but sometimes isn’t. Especially if you want to customize the look beyond css styling. I’m going to show you how to do great an reusable drop down menu with concrete5.3+.
Concrete5 Custom Templates DEUTSCH
The Content Management System Concrete5 supports custom templates for existing blocks. Using this feature enables you to modify the layout of the core elements, without actually touching the core, which offers you an easy to way to modify your layout if css isn’t enough.
Your own site with your own layout – you want to be unique, don’t you?
This tutorial will show you, how you can create a Concrete5 Theme within a few minutes.
You should have basic HTML and CSS knowledge. PHP experience isn’t required, I’ll explain all the PHP code.
In this tutorial, I’ll start with a photoshop file which I already converted to and HTML/CSS file. If you don’t have one yet – find, build or download one before you continue.