Skrift presents: Issue No. 4
by Kyle Weems
Kyle talks about his fledgling experience with travel and its connections to Umbraco, and his interest in the experience of Umbraco developers outside of America and Europe.
A handy CSS trick from Johan for preventing orphans – those pesky words that drop to their own lines at the end of a pharagraph.
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Tired of building out a custom API for Umbraco content for every project? Look no farther than the new Umbraco REST API, with convenient endpoints targeting content, media, members, and relations.
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Nathan brings us PieMan – a subset of your Google Analytics in the form of pie charts to your Umbraco backoffice. It's an analytics overview your content editors will love!
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Tim presents a simple solution that uses IIS Rewrite to protect a dedicated admin sub-domain on an Umbraco site that's load balanced, while keeping it accessible to content editors on the go.
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It's part 2 from Darren on Umbraco runtime, with additional resources from Gary for a PHP implementation that allows you to serve up your Umbraco website on a cheaper Linux host.