Earlier this year @coryetzkorn posted an article about Choosing the Best CMS. It was included in quite a lot of the weekly roundups and got loads of retweets. It’s a good roundup, but after reading it, I couldn’t help thinking why wasn’t Perch included?
Latest Perch tutorials, tips & insights
This is the first in an ongoing series of posts gathering tips and tricks from the Perch community. Many thanks to all those who contributed.
Here on perchd.io, every few months, we’re going to try to pull together some of these tricks and share them with the wider community. FInd out how you can get involved.
Earlier this month, Environments for Humans hosted the first Perch Summit. In case you missed it, we asked Freelance Dev Caleb Evans to give us the low down on what happened…
Over the past couple of weeks we’ve been building a site in perch that is available in both English and Italian. There are guidelines on how to build a multi-lingual site in perch, but we thought we’d add to it with some real world experience…
Part of the aim of perchd.io is to help develop a community around Perch, so today we’re launching a new section of this site that does just that.
Earlier this week the Blog App got a fairly major upgrade. The meta data on this site has been pretty ropey since the site launched, so we thought we’d kill two birds with one stone, by upgrading the site and recording the process.
Once you’ve got your head around the basics of perch_content, you can begin to explore more advanced features that are available in custom functions.
Perhaps the most simple function in Perch’s arsenal is perch_content. This is used to create editable regions within the CMS and, like perch_layout, it’s one of those things that perchers use everyday.