Tagged: How-to

Making it snow!

Winter is upon us, or those of us in the northern hemisphere at least. Here in Seoul there’s snow and ice on the ground, and it’s frigid outside. Meanwhile, Ben’s in Melbourne having barbecue weekends with his family, sipping lemonade while he works on TTG CE2 Publisher, and gardening … It’s so cold where I ... Read more

Killing UI Shadows in Mac OS X Screen Captures

I previously wrote about some screen-capture tricks for Mac OS X. Today, more terminal tricks, recorded here partially for my own future reference, and partially because others may find them of use as well. I take a lot of screen captures, and the drop-shadows that appear under application windows drive me insane. It’s tedious having ... Read more

Receive messages at multiple email addresses

The Form-to-Email script we use for our contact and client response forms is very robust. One feature that many users don’t realize they have at their disposal is the capability to have form submissions sent to multiple email addresses. For example, your contact form could send messages to you, to your studio manager and to ... Read more

Add a Social Media Toolbar w/ PHPlugins

Facebook like. Twitter tweet. Google +1. Show your Pinterest. It’s probably in your best interests to allow your visitors to share your galleries by whatever means they fancy. And with PHPlugins, you can do this pretty easily. But first, let me share my pain with you. I love beautiful code. I adore carefully hand-crafted websites. ... Read more

A beginner’s guide to website creation using TTG

The tutorial below is about our CE2 version plugins. For the newer CE3 versions, we have an updated tutorial here. You’re new to The Turning Gate, and you’re totally confused. There’s a lot to choose from, and you’re wondering where to begin. It’s the dead basics you’re after, and this is that tutorial. Maybe you ... Read more

Elastic panels

You think your panels are as wide as they’ll go, eh? Can’t go wider? I’ll bet you’re wrong. Hold the Option/Alt key, grab onto the edge of the thing and drag it wide as you like. Who needs a preview anyway? Previews are for girls. And no, it’s not just the Web module. You can ... Read more

Keeping Navigation ‘on the level’

In building a website with TTG plugins, the most difficult concepts to grasp are also related. They are folder structure and navigation structure. In practice these concepts are not difficult to grasp, but they are extremely obtuse to explain. In this tutorial, I will attempt to tackle navigation setup. Through relation, folder structure will also ... Read more

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