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Tuesday 28 July 2009 1:07:09 pm - 8 replies

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Introduction

This article is the first in a tutorial series that explains how to build a feature-rich eZ Publish site from scratch. It is targeted at people who have little previous experience with configuring eZ Publish sites, but have some general knowledge about web technologies. See the articles about eZ Publish basic concepts and the layout of the eZ Publish Administration Interface for an introduction to eZ Publish. Readers who have worked with eZ Publish but never configured or used the advanced features will also find the series useful. The series demonstrates how eZ Publish can be used to build a dynamic community website, and focuses on practical examples that can be implemented for many different scenarios.

Monday 21 December 2009 7:25:04 pm

Thank you! This is the article that open my mind to go on exploring ezpublish when I almost gave up. Your explanation to enable the debugging feature was also suddenly showing all the images hidden nowhere... happy.gif Emoticon

Tuesday 22 December 2009 9:59:18 am

Thank you! This is the article that open my mind to go on exploring ezpublish when I almost gave up. Your explanation to enable the debugging feature was also suddenly showing all the images hidden nowhere... happy.gif Emoticon

Nice to hear Julius !
More of these articles should be created it seems.

Thanks for the feedback!

Tuesday 02 February 2010 9:22:12 pm

Hi,

In /settings/override/site.ini.append.php I had to change

[RegionalSettings]
TranslationSA[]
TranslationSA[eng]=Eng
TranslationSA[dut]=Dut

to

[RegionalSettings]
TranslationSA[]
TranslationSA[en]=Eng
TranslationSA[nl]=Dut

to have the language switch in the header to work. I'm not sure if that was missed in the article, or specific to my setup, but worth checking if you work your way through this article.

-- Robin

Wednesday 03 February 2010 12:43:57 am

Hi Robin

If you are using ezWebmin or ezFlow you can update these via the Design Tab -> Look and Feel. This is actually a better way of making the changes as they are stored in a content object (ini datattype) and can become out of sync with manual changes in the ini file.

Cheers
Bruce

Thursday 25 February 2010 9:47:37 am

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Wednesday 02 June 2010 12:00:08 am

Is this article valid for EZ 4.3 ?

Wednesday 02 June 2010 9:13:07 am

Hi Erland,

I used it recently on a 4.2 site and everything still applied to this version. Since 4.3 has not changed much this article should also be valid for 4.3. The only small detail I cam across is about adding the Home menu item, this has become easier in a sence that you only need to add the url (see article), no need for template changes.

Regards Robin

Sunday 11 July 2010 10:08:13 am

I think the link to the 'how-to-skin-an-ez-publish-now-site' is incorrect - it refers back to this page!

It should be:

http://share.ez.no/articles/ez-pu...h/how-to-skin-an-ez-publish-now-site

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