DirigoEdge

How to use default geo-targeting in DirigoEdge 3.x

by David Addison
04/27/2017

How to geo-target by Country, US State, Canadian Province, US Postal Code, Metro Code (Nielsen DMA), and Area Code with DirigoEdge v3.x.

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An Update on the DirigoEdge CMS Platform

by David Addison
10/10/2016

We're been building our DirigoEdge CMS system for over 48 months now and we're still as committed as ever. 

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Adding the File Browser to an Insert Image Dialog

by Derek Wheelden
05/05/2014

We've made changes to the DirigoEdge image uploader. DirigoEdge is an Open Source development framework built on .Net that makes managing content and building websites faster and easier. It is fully responsive, built on MVC, Microsoft’s CodeFirst, and has a robust shortcode and plugin system. It is a foundation for enterprise projects.  Think of it as a flexible CMS system for custom projects.  The premium version of DirigoEdge has all of our bells and whistles like e-commerce, PageBuilder, social media hooks, an App framework, etc.  DirigoEdge Premium is our CMS of choice.

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Javascript Prototype Keywords

by J.P. Berry
03/04/2014

A look at Javascript methods used by Douglas Crockford and John Resig.  We are using Crockford's techniques in DirigoEdge.

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Why Dirigo Built a CMS Solution Now

by David Addison
01/13/2014

For almost a decade Drigo has been a successful web design and development firm – 10-12 staff and a hundred plus high profile customers. More than a year ago we gave up a big chunk of our business (profits too) to follow a dream of making our own turn-key vertical solutions. Something called DirigoEdge.  Our industry is changing and Dirigo is changing too.

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Google Analytics Integration into DirigoEdge

by Justin Colangelo
10/28/2013

The Edge admin area will be including a Google Analytics dashboard. The data will be mainly "Unique Visitors by Day". This will explain how to access the data necessary for the service to run.

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Edge HTML Short Cuts and Cheat Sheet

by Victoria Kuhn
09/06/2013

Users may use the WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) editor for ease of use (it adds html code behind you) though you may want to peruse view Source (look for buttom in top right to look behind the curtain. This will be helpful if you want to link to an external site yet have the option when clicking on the external link to keep your site open in a different browser tab (see external link below).

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DirigoEdge Short Codes

by J.P. Berry
08/02/2013

Dirigo Edge now has the ability to include Modules inside of Pages by using “Short Codes.”

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DirigoEdge Now Supports Node 5.1.0

by David Addison
12/02/2015

DirigoEdge supports Node 5x.

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Client Editable 302 Redirects for Edge

by Justin Colangelo
03/26/2014

Sometimes admins want to write their own redirects for marketing purposes. Since we don't want to touch the web.config file directly we do the redirects programmatically when requests are made.  Lets take a look at this DirigoEdge solution. This post contains an excellent use of caching and a photo of Justin's idle Robert Redford as Grizzly Adams (circa 1974).  What more could anyone want from a geeky blog post?  We are eight coders strong here at Dirigo and we're looking for more.  If you have what it takes, drop us a line.

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DirigoEdge PageBuilder v1.0

by Bri Garrett
01/23/2014

This is the first major update to the DirigoEdge PageBuilder branch. Drag-n-drop WYSIWYG website builders or CMS's have always been a topic of mixed opinions and strong feelings.  Squarespace, WIX and PageLines are redefining the industry and will bring about an era where drag-n-drop will be a necessity for any CMS that wishes to compete.  PageBuilder is Dirigo's response.

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Supporting Multiple Languages in DirigoEdge

by J.P. Berry
01/08/2014

Using DirigoEdge with multiple languages.

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DirigoEdge Blog Upgrade

by Justin Colangelo
10/21/2013

We’ve been hard at work improving and polishing the ASP.NET open source blog integrated into DirigoEdge. Now it is ready for everyone to download and use.

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DirigoEdge Source Control Basics

by J.P. Berry
09/01/2013

A primer on our in-house Team Foundation Server (TFS) patterns and practices for DirigoEdge.

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