Concrete5 Website Design
A simple and impressive website creation tool that is able to improve how you normally do web sites. With a mind for site-editors, programmers and designers, Concrete5 can appeal to a bigger audience.
concrete5 was made for ease of use, for users having a minimum of specialized skills. It enables users to update website content straight from the webpage. It has version management for every page permitting users to modify images via an embedded editor on the page.
The concrete5 marketplace is managed, only holding add-ons and themes that actually work. With concrete5 you'll be ready to start with a very simple content site and simply turn it into an intranet with time.
Create your own design
Your code may be as tidy or careless as you'd like. Generate as many document variations and themes as appear sensible for the project. We give you the tools, it is possible to create anything.
Adding Images To a Slideshow in Concrete5
This tutorial will show you how to update your existing Concrete5 slideshow with additional images. Step 1. Find your new images Pick out the images you want to add to your concrete5 slideshow. A good rule of thumb will be to get the largest images size you can in one…
Using the Concrete5 File Manager
Another important utility within your Concrete5 site dashboard is the File Manager. The file manager allows you to upload photos, audio, videos, pdfs, basically any kind of file for use within your websites layout, or as a resource for your visitors to access or download. click image to enlarge Step…
Editing Concrete5 page properties
Occasionally, the need may arise to edit many different Concrete5 page properties simultaneously. You may want to add identical Meta keywords, or tags to similar pages. This functionality is built in to Concrete5, but is not terribly obvious. In this tutorial you will learn to use the advanced features of…
Duplicating a page in Concrete5
click image to enlarge Step 1. Access your websites Sitemap Login to your website as an administrator and access the dashboard. Navigate to the Sitemap page to have a look at your existing pages. click image to enlarge Step 2. Locate the file you want to duplicate Using…
Editing Concrete5 Pages
Step 1. Access your websites Sitemap Login to your website as an administrator and access the dashboard. Navigate to the Sitemap page to have a look at your existing pages. click image to enlarge Step 2. Locate the file you want to duplicate Using the sitemap, navigate through the…
Login to your Concrete5 website
Before you can do anything “under the hood” of concrete5 you will need to log in as a user or administrator. This short guide shows you how and where to log in and what to do if something goes wrong. Step 1. Load your website and look around for a…
Update your Website Content
Every Concrete5 install has a perfectly encapsulated main directory you don't ever have got to touch. Our override construction gives you the ability to exchange almost any file inside the core simply by duplicating it into a individual location in the file system.