So, you’re a front-end developer. You’re trying to learn about Tridion and how it affects your life. Maybe you’ve met some Tridion architects you want to impress. Maybe you’ve aggravated them, but you’ve run out of whisky. Even after my last post on schemas, you still feel like there’s more to learn. Well, you’re right.
A few months back I had the opportunity to present at the Tridion Developer Summit in Amsterdam. Gino Toro, (former) product manager for Media Manager was going to be speaking on Media Manager, so I decided to try a different topic. After debating on a few different topics, I settled on “CSS3 and HTML5 for
In a current project, we have a website that’s in both French and English which we’re transferring into Tridion 2011, using Razor Mediator. This is not my first bilingual website, and it definitely isn’t my first Razor project, either. However, it’s the first time I’ve had both at the same time. So what I’d like