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TableOfContentsX: A new MODX extra for creating a table of contents

TableOfContentsX: A new MODX extra for creating a table of contents

Whilst working on a client's site we needed a way of generating a Table of Contents based on the content the client had entered. As the content changed often we didn't want to have to manually update the table so I created this MODX plugin that generates the table for you.

TwitterX: New option to view Twitter lists

TwitterX: New option to view Twitter lists

As of version 1.3, TwitterX now supports viewing Twitter lists created by you or others. This article outlines the new options available and how to use them.

A few updates to MODX TwitterX as it becomes v1.0

A few updates to MODX TwitterX as it becomes v1.0

I have just committed some changes to MODX extra TwitterX which now includes the ability to do basic searches, specify multiple screen_names and several bug fixes. Here's a quick summary of what's updated.

TwitterX: A new MODX extra for pulling in Twitter feeds using API 1.1

TwitterX: A new MODX extra for pulling in Twitter feeds using API 1.1

Since Twitter has now changed to enforce authentication, this new MODX extra loads Twitter statuses and timelines by using the new (and very annoying) Twitter 1.1 API. You will need to create a Twitter app and get the keys and tokens and this extra will do the rest.

7 MODX Revolution addons you might not have heard of

7 MODX Revolution addons you might not have heard of

Here's a list of 7 MODX Revolution addons that might not have heard of but will definitely want to use in your next project!

VPS Hosting Review: Clustered.net

VPS Hosting Review: Clustered.net

I've been hosted with Clustered.net for over a year now and thought I'd write a review of the service I have received in using one of their Virtual Servers (VPS).

Javascript: Check/uncheck all options for checkboxes

Javascript: Check/uncheck all options for checkboxes

Here's another really simple bit of JavaScript functionality that has a real benefit to your visitors – allowing them to check or uncheck all options in a form. This is similar to the type of functionality you’ll see in GoogleMail and Hotmail and it’s popular as it means your visitors don’t have to select each option one at a time!

JavaScript: Restrict keyboard character input

JavaScript: Restrict keyboard character input

If you want to improve your form inputs by restricting the characters the user enters, this function might come in handy. It restricts the keyboard input for a text field so that they can only enter the characters you want.

Re-introducing @font-face CSS rules

Re-introducing @font-face CSS rules

With the recent news that WebKit based browsers will soon be supporting the long awaited @font-face CSS rules, now is the time to refresh your memory on why this really is such a huge step forward for typography on the web. So how long before this becomes standard on all browsers and when can we start using it?

Javascript: Swapping select box options

Javascript: Swapping select box options

Here's a JavaScript function that let's you swap options from one select box to another to allow users to choose the options they want. Be careful when using this type of functionalist as it could be inaccessible to some users and can cause problems when submitting your forms.

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