September 22, 2009. Someone asked me recently if it’s possible to subscribe to an RSS feed from a Junecode site. The subscription feature, which adds entries from another site to your own, can only be used with other sites that use the same installation of Junecode. You can display entries from an RSS feed on your site though, using one of the included plug-ins. (It’s in code/sites/plugins/plugin.rss.php if you want… Read more »

August 18, 2008. In reply to this entry, Nathan asked: Had to give this a [go]. Some really slick stuff, and a nice simple admin interface, but would I be correct in assuming this is more intended as a “blogging platform” rather than a proper CMS? As far as I can see it’s all about posting entries, and there’s no apparent way of setting up pages, in a site tree, with possibly multiple… Read more »

July 25, 2008. After a year and a half of work, I’m excited to present the first beta of Junecode 3.0, my web site content management system. In short it’s a piece of software that makes creating, editing, and maintaining a web site easier. You may know it better as Tense Code, which is what I was calling it until about a month ago. I’ll explain more about the name change in the future, but for now let’s talk… Read more »

June 24, 2008. This entry is part of a series showing off the new features in Tense Code 3.0. Tense Code is a content management system that makes creating and updating web sites much easier. If you’re not familiar with how Tense Code works, here’s a quick tutorial to show you the basics. There’s no narration, but it should be fairly straightforward. Here’s what you’ll see in this video: • Logging in… Read more »

June 6, 2008. This entry is part of a series showing off the new features in Tense Code 3.0. Tense Code is a content management system that makes creating and updating web sites much easier. Tense Code 3.0 is in the middle of an extensive private beta test, and I hope to make a public beta version available later this month. This is a huge update and I’m really excited about it, so I thought I’d start… Read more »