Weekly – 29 June

by Nick J Webb – http://www.flickr.com/photos/nickwebb/

This week, we have been working in SiteDepth import tool – its hard – and preventing users / administrators, of the CMS, of commeting errors while introducing values in forms.

Weekly – 22 June


Last weeks of the month, and last weeks of the CMS development.
Tweaking some details and, the most important of this last milestones – import from SiteDepth – .

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Weekly – 15 June


Another week has passed, work is being done.

We are mainly working on the ‘backstage’ process, tuning up code, increase performance and finishing up small details on the CMS and on the free theme – chital – details are, most of the times, the hard work.

To be truth, we are always trying to implement new features, but like we have learning from our years working, and using a famous quote:

“Done is better than perfect.”
― Sheryl Sandberg, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead

What does this means?
We have lots and lots of features to implement, like CDN ready, Social Network interactions (automatic updates), email system to affiliates updates, models details… but that will be done after our first release.

Weekly – 8 June

Comb Ridge to the Procession Panel petroglyphs

Chital is taking off.

In this last week we have made some cool stuffs.
We’v started the free theme and gave it a name – chital -, we also made a small change on CMS menu, to look cooler and user friendly.


Today we have given a name to our free theme - Chital -.

For more information and tutorials about how to customize it go to Chital knowledge base section.

Photo by : Dharani.prakash

The chital or cheetal (Axis axis), also known as chital deer, spotted deer or axis deer is a deer which commonly inhabits wooded regions of India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, and in small numbers in Pakistan.