Tendenci Update Time Again!

Newiconrow_12Thanks to the lovely programmers we have toiling away here at Schipul, our monthly Tendenci update has just been released.  Here are a few fun things to look forward to:

1.  New Icon Rows

2.  User Imports now features a more robust check of the usernames to prevent duplicate user names from being generate
3.  For our new Tendenci users, we have Introduction Tutorials for getting started with a new Tendenci site on all development sites. 
4.  CMS Display Page URL verification: When a display page URL is typed in, a message will be displayed if a page already exists for that URL.  Right now this is on Add page only but it will soon be added to the Edit page.
5. WYSIWYG Update and the Firefox 3 hyperlink bug has been fixed.
6.  Jobs, Releases, and Calendar Events homepage blocks have now been converted to CSS for custom styling.  Contact you project manager if you would like to change the way they look
7.  The yellow highlighting in the admin view of Catalogs had been removed for a cleaner less confusing look

If you have questions about any of these updates, you can contact Support at 281-497-6567 ext 411 or email them at support@tendenci.com

Thank you again for using Tendenci!!!!!!!

Tendenci training makes you (even) smarter!

Have you been to Tendenci training lately?  It’s fun, it’s free and can really help with the success of your Web site!  Plus you get to meet Schipul-ites in person and interact with other Tendenci users.

We have 3 really great classes for you to attend next week:

  1. Monday (3/21):  Intro to Tendenci
  2. Wednesday (3/23):  Intro to Search Engine Marketing (SEM)
  3. Thursday (3/24):  Content Management

You can also take a look at the rest of our training classes by visiting our Schipul education calendar here.

Do you have a category called “Category”?

Does your Search Articles page show a category called "Category" lumped in with your real categories? Do you have a "SubCategory" too??


These were set up during the development process to populate your category lists. Now that you have real data on your site, you can get rid of these generic category labels.

Just go to your Site Variables listing for your site and find the one for Articles Category. Change the default name from "Category" to a basic category you currently use on your site, such as "Member News" or "Community Events". Do the same for Articles Subcategory.

Use this same process to get rid of the generic categories in Directories.

Not sure how to change your site variables? Contact Schipul at 281.497.6567 and anyone here can walk you through it!